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Gendernomics: Bachelor Nation
Article originated hereI came across some interesting statistical observations recently regarding singles [6], that show that for the first time, the number of singles are outnumbering the people in relationships. While the decline in marriage can be explained through concepts such as risk. Meaning that in the current climate a man can be “zeroed out”…
Dixon Denham: Pioneering British Explorer Of Central Africa
Article originated hereWe have previously described in these pages the exploits of Heinrich Barth, one of the titans of African exploration.  Before him was Dixon Denham, a British explorer whose name is also hardly known today.  He covered some of the same ground as did Barth, but he had a different style; where Barth was…

Why We Should Not Rely On First Impressions
Article originated hereIt is often said that a man should rely on is first impressions of things when trying to form a final judgment.  There is some merit to instinct; but it seems to me that reasoned deliberation will always provide more accurate results than the shifting sands of sense-perception.  We cannot know all things,…

Gendernomics: The 8Ps of Sexual Market Value
Article originated hereMost start-ups have a core mission that relates to how that company makes or is going to make money. For instance a software start-up often consists of a team of coders and very little else, much like the TV-show “Silicon Valley”. In this company everyone is focused on the product-side of things, building…

What To Learn And How To Learn It – These Are The Questions
Article originated here “A room without books is like a body without a soul.” ― Marcus Tullius Cicero Contents:1.) Introduction 2.) Experience vs. Reading 3.) Refining Reading – The Art of Summarising 4.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction: Contrary to what may be impressed upon the reader by the length and intricacy of my essays,…

Red Pill Logic: Basic Premises – Biology Part 1
Article originated hereI’m happy to concede that we can include many fields as areas of interest and as foundations for red pill theory, such as sociology, anthropology and psychology, but before we had the brains to form societies, a history and a psychology, we were animals in nature like other animals in nature. A preference…
How The Plutocratic Insurgency Targets You Personally: The Use Of AI For Targeted Shakedowns
Article originated hereIn our discussions on the “plutocratic insurgency” here, we have focused on the malfeasance and corrupt practices of the moneyed elites, their political lackeys, and a few of the most major corporations.  Some people, reading these pages, may be tempted to think, “Well, so what?  It doesn’t affect me personally!  What do I…

Michael Crichton On The Masculine Virtues Of Sean Connery
Article originated hereIn his 1988 memoir Travels, author Michael Crichton recalls the time he spent with actor Sean Connery during the shooting of the film The Great Train Robbery in Ireland in 1978.  Crichton, the famed author of Jurassic Park, Sphere, Congo, Disclosure, and a number of other popular novels, was also once a film…
On The Forgetting Of Offenses And Insults
Article originated hereIt is a good thing for us to cultivate our aggressive spirit.  Life requires participation, and participation demands endurance and adrenaline; and he who enters battle with a spirit of meek submissiveness is likely to get precisely what he asks for.  All this is true.  Yet the patient endurance of the pack-mule may…
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 Remarkable Memoirs Of Madame Roland
Article originated hereWhen a writer composes his or her memoirs while in prison awaiting execution, we owe it to ourselves to consider what they have to say.  It may be a cliché that the prospect of death focuses the memory and concentration, but it is a cliché that is powerfully true.  In Chapter 5 of…

Critical Thinking & The Citation Needed Fallacy
Article originated here “Absence of evidence is not evidence of absence” – Carl Sagan Contents: 1.) Introduction – Philosophical Metaphysics, Science & Religion 2.) Critical Thinking & Belief Systems 3.) Citations, Citations, Where Art Thou Citations? 4.) A Lamentation of Academia & The Folly of Referencing 5.) In Closing / Relevant Reading 1.) Introduction – Philosophical Metaphysics, Science & Religion:…