Justis Gyori – Philosophical Positions: Christopher Hitchens

If there is any word that could come to describe Christopher Hitchens, it would be fearless. A fearlessness that in combination with a sharp wit and expansive field of knowledge led him to write on topics ranging from the sadistic traits of Mother Theresa to the war crimes of Henry Kissinger. He authored and coauthored over … Continue reading Justis Gyori – Philosophical Positions: Christopher Hitchens

Starchimedes – The Astrophysicist Approach to Learning Windsurf

Physics is driven by curiosity, a most important human attribute. I spent numerous years performing research in many areas of physics, and personal experiments, including our topic of today: Windsurfing. While understanding the basic physics behind this sport is not required, as a physicist I can’t help but be amazed at the fact that a … Continue reading Starchimedes – The Astrophysicist Approach to Learning Windsurf

Deicona – Bugs

“For [wisdom] is an infinite treasure to men! Which they that use, become the friends of God, being commended for the gift of discipline.” Wisdom 7:14  “All wisdom is from the Lord God, and hath been always with him, and is before all time. Who hath numbered the sand of the sea, and the drops … Continue reading Deicona – Bugs

Justis Gyori – Philosophical Positions: Carl Sagan on Religion

Carl Sagan was undeniably a man of great intelligence in many fields of thought. Yet, he remains a controversial figure due to his strong stance against Religion and some of its’ fundamental concepts. Drawing from the original Cosmos series, Reid Gower has put together a modern visual take on Sagan’s long standing views regarding this important topic. What are your thoughts … Continue reading Justis Gyori – Philosophical Positions: Carl Sagan on Religion