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Gendernomics: The Contrast Effect
Article originated hereThis has been a strange couple of weeks, we’ve found out that many Hollywood Male Feminists are creeps (which quite frankly wasn’t a massive surprise) as per the Brimstone Preacher Principle. Rollo posted two very good essays [1,2] on what “creepy” means when women say it. The red pill experienced it’s first brush…
The Fragility Of Historical Knowledge: The Case Of Lorenzo Boturini In Mexico
Article originated hereIn the modern era we like to think of knowledge as something indelibly fixed and permanent.  We take it for granted that it will always be here, like the Great Pyramid, and are apt to overlook the bitter struggles that our ancestors may have endured to acquire such knowledge.  Information has not always…

Gendernomics: Curves and Complications
Article originated hereThe SMV graph by Rollo Tomassi has become one of the cornerstones of Red Pill theory. The chart demonstrates the development of the sexual market value for men and women across time. The graph is quite information dense, and the major difference between the sexes is that as male sexual market value is…

Office Supplies and Dominance Hierarchies
Article originated hereWhen I started my first corporate job, two of my mentors who had a tendency to contradict each other, gave me the same piece of advice “Don’t dip your pen in the company ink”. This is a piece of very simple advice that helps protect a man who is about to enter a…
Vanguard Of The Plutocratic Insurgency: Apple Inc. Plies Its Trade
Article originated herePrevious articles here have described in detail a phenomenon called the “plutocratic insurgency.”  The term was coined by Robert J. Bunker and Pamela L. Bunker in a series of articles that have appeared in Small Wars Journal.  I have discussed the Bunkers’ conclusions in my own articles here: The Rise Of The Plutocratic…

The Imperative Of Discovery: Charles Sturt’s Australian Explorations (Podcast)
Article originated hereAfter saying a few words about the great explorers and travelers of the past, and explaining why a study of their exploits is more important for us than ever before, I give a podcast reading of my most recent article, Charles Sturt: A Pioneer Of Australian Exploration.   This podcast can be heard…

Charles Sturt: A Pioneer Of Australian Exploration
Article originated hereThe student of the history of exploration and discovery cannot fail to notice certain recurring patterns in the lives of great explorers.  Many of them come from modest or poor backgrounds; many have military experience; many are driven by an inner conviction that they are destined for great achievements; many have a high…
Forensic Linguistics: The Footprint Of Language
Article originated hereThere is a very good miniseries playing on Netflix right now called Manhunt.  It is a drama about the pursuit and capture of Theodore Kaczynski, the so-called “Unabomber” who confounded law enforcement for decades until he was finally captured in 1996.  His case had been the longest and costliest in American law enforcement…

The Surrealistic World Of Michael Porfirio (Podcast)
Article originated hereThis podcast is a change of pace. I talk about one of my favorite Twitter accounts, the account of @MichaelPorfirio, and I discuss why I think it actually has, in its own distinctive surrealistic way, legitimate artistic merit. Sometimes we need to be thrown curve balls here and there, to keep us all…
Heinrich Barth: An Incredible Explorer And Ethnographer
Article originated hereThe name Heinrich Barth is almost unknown today.  But he is without doubt the greatest explorer that Germany produced in the nineteenth century, and probably even in the twentieth.  Not only did he penetrate completely unknown regions of Africa, but he kept a meticulous record of his travels, to such an extent that…

The Myth of Sisyphus by Albert Camus
Article originated here“At the very end of his long effort measured by skyless space and time without depth, the purpose is achieved. Then Sisyphus watches the stone rush down in a few moments toward that lower world whence he will have to push it up again toward the summit. He goes back down to the…

Why you have haters even if you aren’t an asshole
Article originated hereExhibit A: Silky Johnson, one of the biggest player haters A hater is someone who discredits, devalues or downplays your accomplishments. Your failures make a hater happier than their own success. Haters need to see you go down to lift themselves up. If you have haters, the solution is simple: ignore them and…