The little things in life sometimes mean a lot more than the sum of their parts
Is it possible to produce something like a blog without some form of bias in your writing?
An illumination of some of the key elements of Taoism using the iconic film The Wizard of Oz as a guide
A philosophical examination of Charlie Brooker’s Netflix choose-your-own-adventure experience
I had a few bits and pieces left over from various note-taking and thought-scribing sessions, so I collected them together into this final piece. Thanks for reading - I hoped you enjoyed the series. Keep your eyes peeled for more pieces to come on a variety of different philosophical themes. Thoughts on god I’m not … Continue reading A Collection of Final Thoughts… Science, Silliness and the Nucleus of Niceness – Part 10
Hopefully by now, if you’ve read any of my previous eight blog posts on our wonderful, mysterious universe, you are beginning to appreciate how bizarre existence truly is. The universe is weird - nature is odd. Life is random and unpredictable (not always entirely, but usually impossible to completely pin down or understand). Everything seems … Continue reading One Fine Man, His Awesome Arrows and Why it’s Okay to be Wrong: Science, Silliness and the Nucleus of Niceness – Part 9
Are Mumford and Sons really that bad? Why it’s okay to be critical - as long as you’re constructive