Sep 042015
Can you prove anything in science?

Below is the text of a comment I left on this YouTube video. My comment focuses on how Bananiac (and others) use the words “proven” or “caused by” when referring to scientific hypotheses.

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Feb 152015
Nearly 20 minutes of a 60 minute TV program are commercials

This fact boggles my mind: Nearly 20 minutes of almost every hour of TV programming is commercials. Put another way: Nearly a third of my TV viewing time is commercials. It drives me away from network and cable television programming and toward pay sites like Netflix and Amazon Prime. It’s not that the advertisers sponsoring

Feb 022015
Listen and you might learn something new ~ Dalai Lama

Nice point by the Dalai Lama. Not that speaking can or should be avoided entirely. Asking questions and sharing your views has tremendous value and is absolutely necessary for the “market of ideas” to work. Indeed, I think you can learn a lot in the process of trying to express yourself. But an emphasis on

Nov 232013
Medical distinction between Guts and Balls

Received this explanation about the distinction between Guts and Balls from a relative…I’m not sure what was being implied 😉 There is a medical distinction between Guts and Balls. We’ve all heard of people having Guts or having Balls, but do you really know the difference between them? In an effort to keep you informed, here are

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