Tag: Philosophy

Metaphysics is not Science

There’s a new Simon Says game in town and it’s called: Science Says. As lovely as the method called Science is, it nontheless remains mute. Science can say nothing at all. Which is an attractive quality when one considers how many daft things Simon… Continue Reading “Metaphysics is not Science”

Is your hurrying effective?

  A super brief monologue on valuing time over diligence/quality. Email | mellow.mission.productions@gmail.com Minds | http://www.minds.com/Weirmellow

Fractal Briefs | Emo Sugar

  Just some informal thoughts on how something as simple as one too many twinkies can lead to some odd disruptions of homeostasis in surprising ways. Holy word salad batman! Watch the video….the thought doesn’t lend itself to easy description. Supporting Evidence: A classic… Continue Reading “Fractal Briefs | Emo Sugar”

Athena’s Embrace in which Divisions Desolve (Poem, Experimental)

I have to guard the sacred fire To teach the world to dance I’m here to tell you that there’s a difference It’s not all the same I’m here to show you how to call things by their proper name There is a proper… Continue Reading “Athena’s Embrace in which Divisions Desolve (Poem, Experimental)”

The Power of Internet (Vlog)

Topics Discussed Facebook turns down Brian Acton in 2009 Don’t let rejection get you down Alt-Tech The purpose/value of social media Take responsibility for how you use technology Credentialism is bad Essays, Ebooks, Comics, and More | http://www.fractaljournal.com Social Media| http://www.minds.com/Weirmellow Beer ain’t free|… Continue Reading “The Power of Internet (Vlog)”

The Wisdom of Grain (Vlog)

This is basically just a monologue. The video is of a recent hike that I edited to look kinda grunge rock in Kdenlive. The discussion centers around why lower quality video may be a better stylistic choice. Having more real than real HD can… Continue Reading “The Wisdom of Grain (Vlog)”

Typical (Poem)

Opened a book today A million men died in its pages A million widows wept, what can I say A typical account of typical ages A great river had promise To make the land rich They must never miss The chance to satisfy that… Continue Reading “Typical (Poem)”