#blockedbystephanie

I am Honored to announce that I am officially blocked by Stefan Molyneux on twitter. It came to my attention that a bunch of bastions of journalism such as the “washington examiner” interpreted SB 1322, California’s new law that doesn’t jail victims for sex trafficking for prostitution (DUH) as “legalizing child prostitution”. Stephan Molyneux and a…

The afterlife

You are 90, old and frail. Your organs are on the verge of collapse, you are in so much pain you don’t want to live anymore. So you call up your loved ones, and order some cyanide pills on amazon because you’re just hip like that. As you wait for the people and merchandise to…

Brain damage of subjective morality people

Most people are able to comprehend that: 1+1=2 1+2=3 1+3=4 math is objective, just depends on variables. Yet when they are asked variations on the trolley problem: 1 unknown person vs 5 unknown people = kill 1 person 1 good person vs 5 bad people = kill bad people Action vs inaction = inaction all…

The correct process of Justice

The correct process of justice 1. Know what they are doing 2. Let them know that you know what they are doing 3. Establish consequence for what they are doing. The human civilisation is a peculiar one, we skipped the first two steps and somehow expect justice to work on punishment alone. “How to solve…

Cracked.com disproves free will… Then fucks it up with the moral responsibility argument.

Last week, as a “Today’s Topic” segment, Cracked.com uploaded the following video, titled “Why Your Decisions Are Meaningless And Choice Is An Illusion” For the first 6 minutes after Katie Stoll/her character prompts the conversation with an awkward “do people have free will?”, Michael Swaim/his character debates passionately for our lack of free will, with references to…