humanity

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

Sarah McDaniel2 days ago
The Science of Belief
As a child, I grew up with a very confusing set of morals. On one side was my father, whose family had no belief in God or anything of the sort; on the other hand was my mother's family, who were extr...
The Perfection of Life
Technology is rapidly growing at an increased rate with every passing year. Computers are storing more memory, the internet is becoming faster and more widespread, graphics are getting ever more reali...
C.E. Zulin12 days ago
9 Signs We’re Already Living in a Dystopian Universe
Totalitarianism. Fascism. Authoritarianism. It is safe to say that times are looking fairly bleak in the year of 2017. These are all words that have surged in use by the media this past year and much ...
We Might Actually Live in a Simulation
Elon Musk is constantly both shocking and fascinating the world with visionary concepts and contraptions. In the last decade, he’s re-invented the electric car and developed groundbreaking battery tec...
Peter Rose15 days ago
Do We All Read Minds?
“Mind reading” may be far more common than we think. How many times have you said something and your companion has replied, “I was just about to say the same thing”? Have you ever telephoned some one ...
Intelligence: Reshaping The Human Brain
The brain is the very center of our humanity, personality, and sense of being, yet we know almost nothing about its massive complexity. With the help of advanced technology, scientists have been able ...
Taylor Denson22 days ago
The Confessions of an Apostatized "Church Mouse" Part I
I sit on a dark orange pew awaiting the sound of music to begin. It is a time of joy, excitement, and sheer wonderment or so I am told. I wait for the "honor" and "privilege" of hearing words of wisdo...
RJ Plant25 days ago
New Human
Genetic manipulation is always an interesting topic. From synthesizing chromosomes and basic organisms to creating chimera and plain not-so-old fashioned gene therapy, biomolecular science has made si...
Robert Lamba month ago
Why Didn't Ancient Aliens Probe Human Anuses?
Have alien abduction experiences become a thing of the past—a mere footnote of 20th-century mythology? It depends on who you ask. Skeptics point to the seeming decrease in reports and the near ubiquitous use of camera phones. Meanwhile, as reported in the Boston Globe, some UFO researchers argue these accounts still make the rounds, but do so within the echo chamber of devoted online communities. You’re stuck in your own socio-political social media bubble, the argument goes, and abductees are d...
Zachary Bellrosea month ago
Anunnaki & Neteru
If you like sci-fi, time & space, Star Wars, Star Trek, and aliens, then welcome to some of the most informative, to-the-point perspective about our alien-history as a species on this planet according...
How We Make Our Superstitions Real
Superstition has been defined as “a widely held but unjustified belief in supernatural causation leading to certain consequences of an action or event, or a practice based on such a belief.” In common...
Peter Rosea month ago
Thoughts on the Future of Humans
Thoughts on the future. The main factors that will affect the future will be population size, climate change, technical advances for the production and transmission of usable energy and political powe...
Caitlin McDonalda month ago
Love and Robots
This weekend I celebrated the successful completion of my first-ever Arduino-powered project, a dance costume sleeve that changes colour as the dancer moves. This weekend I also found out that the Afg...
Michael Cnuddea month ago
Chasing Fate
It was not even 7:30 am, and she already felt the warmth of the sun on her face. That’s what you get out here, even in early December, thought Amelia, as she swung her Plymouth convertible out onto th...
Rebecca Sharrocka month ago
What Does Being Unable To Forget Feel Like?
Whenever people hear that I’m unable to forget any day of my life, I often receive questions as to how it feels to live with all of those memories, and about whether or not my mind rests at all. My an...
Yvonne Glasgowa month ago
Milk of the Gods
John went to the grocery store, just like any other day. Well, almost. He grabbed the shopping list off the fridge, the only part of the shopping his wife, Mary, ever did. John was the writer, the one...
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Anne MacGregora month ago
Shell
Behind my blindfold I squeezed my silent tear stained eyes tightly shut. Involuntarily my being held itself as rigid as a stuffed animal anticipating its earthly death. Gunfire sounded close by. Had t...