humanity

The evolution of humanity, from one advancement to the next.

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John Ames Birch2 months ago
Introspection
I wanted to first thank everyone who has read my words. Some of you may agree, some may disagree, and some may just be indifferent. My entire life I have tried to help more than I’ve harmed. I felt a ...
Seneca Basoalto2 months ago
Divine Decree vs. Free Will
For centuries, people of all religions have debated the existence of fate. It’s become one of the most common conversations to be had despite the ever changing religious beliefs of the world. Yet, no ...
Gary Robertson2 months ago
Banks of the Nile
"The Banks of the Nile" has been a 50-year endeavor. It all started when I was 16 years old. Just before my grandfather died, he gave me a pamphlet called the Powers of the Pyramids. The first thing I...
Wesley M3 months ago
Humans Are Parasites
Humanity is an idea humans fabricated to make themselves feel special. It derives from an ability so ingrained inside the human genetic code that an animal could not be considered human without the tr...
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John Ames Birch3 months ago
Reach For the Stars and They Will Find Us
In our history, humanity has grown and evolved, we have won and we have lost. We have created beautiful wonders, and sadly oversaw atrocities. We have learned with each new generation seeking a better...
E.K. Sandoval3 months ago
Human Parts
Of course, I was punished by the principal and sent home early. My mother picked me up. She hated the Forsythe's so she only acted like she was scolding me in the car. However, what she was really doi...
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John Ames Birch3 months ago
Education
A society is built of many things grown over time from the ashes of the past. Built upon generations of humankind from where life began in Africa to the first cities of Mesopotamia. Society evolved th...
E.K. Sandoval4 months ago
Human Parts
I was around seven, of course going to school in the Plasmeridia History School, Seraphobin district. Everyone goes to the history school when they are a child to learn the basic fundamentals of this ...
Carlos Guerra4 months ago
The Acceptance of Death
What we have done for ourselves alone dies with us; what we have done for others and the world remains and is immortal. — Albert Pike Since the dawn of time, one of the most taboo subjects of conversa...
Alexis Runyon4 months ago
Lost City of Atlantis-Richat Structure
The Lost City of Atlantis has been thought of as mythology for centuries. Why do we, as a whole reject the one thing that Plato wrote about in the Critias and Timaeus, both his dialogues, but accept a...
Paul Levinson5 months ago
Janet Opal Asimov
I was sad to learn that Janet Opal Asimov died on February 25. She was Isaac Asimov's second wife, and truest love. She wrote science fiction under the name of J. O. Jeppson, and was a psychiatrist wh...
CL Hill5 months ago
Death
Death, the beginning. Do you ever wonder what death is? Some say we die, and become part of the earth, not in a spiritual way rather food for the many. Some believe we die and reincarnate and do so un...
Imane E.5 months ago
How to: Lucid Dream
The 17th of February, 2019. Lucid Dreaming. I think we’ve all heard about it before, and we all want to try it. It seems so great, having full control over a world, doing anything you want. Luckily, e...
Ossiana Tepfenhart5 months ago
What Are Pre-Birth Experiences?
Mortality has a way of raising a multitude of questions in us. What does a dying person see? Do people actually have immaterial souls? Is there life after death? Is reincarnation real? Are ghosts real...
Tom Stock6 months ago
The 4 Reasons Humanity Might Not Be Around to See the Singularity
Global temperatures are rising and the USA has withdrawn from the Paris Accord, political tensions are at an all time high and the UK has set about a chain of events destined to dismantle the EU, the ...
Tom Stock6 months ago
It's the 21st Century, Does the Doomsday Clock Really Matter?
Since 1947 the Doomsday Clock has served as a symbolic representation of the likelihood of a man-made global catastrophe. For the last two years it remained at two minutes to midnight, the highest sin...
Dielle Ciesco7 months ago
Meme Busting: It's All Relative
What does it mean that something is relative? "It's all relative" is something we say when the truth of something depends upon the context to which it is applied. For example, while one person might l...
Michael Thielmann8 months ago
Blueprints for a New Society
This will be a rather ambitious 600 words, but I am definitely up for the challenge. I want to briefly outline some of the key factors that I feel are an essential part of moving ahead in a sustainabl...