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  • The Science of Godzilla

    Science Godzilla

    That’s the title of a post at Darren Nash’s Tetrapods blog (which, as a point of information, has relocated to Scientific American’s blogoverse). Read more

    The 07 April 2014 by   Bbenzon
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  • Procrustes and “Religion”

    Procrustes “Religion”

    While researching Robin Horton’s thesis that traditional religious thought is structurally and functionally similar to modern scientific thought, I came across... Read more

    The 05 April 2014 by   Cris
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  • Soul Imprisonment

    Soul Imprisonment

    As the American empire advanced toward and eventually swept over the Great Plains during the mid to late 1800s, attempts were made to persuade the Plains Indian... Read more

    The 19 April 2014 by   Cris
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  • Sampling the Space: Disney’s Fantasia

    Sampling Space: Disney’s Fantasia

    The following notes are an addendum to my original conjecture that Fantasia is encyclopedic in scope. That is, that it spans our knowledge of the cosmos, not... Read more

    The 27 April 2014 by   Bbenzon
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  • Invisible Orders & Theory

    Invisible Orders Theory

    When we think about invisible entities or forces and use them to explain events, we are theorizing. We are postulating, in other words, an underlying or... Read more

    The 30 April 2014 by   Cris
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  • War & Progressive Faith

    Progressive Faith

    Cultural evolutionists are fervent believers in “progress.” There are many hidden assumptions packed into their idea of progress, but the primary ones are that... Read more

    The 15 April 2014 by   Cris
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  • From Quantification to Patterns in Digital Criticism

    From Quantification Patterns Digital Criticism

    I would like to continue the examination of fundamental presuppositions, conceptual matrices, which I began in The Fate of Reading and Theory. Read more

    The 14 April 2014 by   Bbenzon
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  • Convince Me There’s A God – Archaeology 10

    Convince There’s Archaeology

    I used to think that Christians were ignorant to believe the “stories” in the Bible. I was taught those stories as a child, but I grew up to “know” they... Read more

    The 06 April 2014 by   Mmcgee
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  • Origami Cranes, a Window, Light, Reflections, and a Problem

    Origami Cranes, Window, Light, Reflections, Problem

    The problem comes from the dirt that's on the window. It's not grimy dirt, and you'd hardly notice it if you were in the room looking at or through the window.... Read more

    The 10 April 2014 by   Bbenzon
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  • Literary Studies in the Current Era (the Machinic and post-Apocalyptic...

    Literary Studies Current (the Machinic post-Apocalyptic Anthropocene)

    Back in August 2011 I published a short document called Preview: The Key to the Treasure IS the Treasure, A Program for Literary Studies in the Current Era. Read more

    The 20 April 2014 by   Bbenzon
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