VooDoo Accident Down at the Forge (Musical Interlude)

by O Society August 18, 2019 There's an old story of this monk called Bodhidharma. Story goes like this: Once Upon A Time, Bodhidharma came upon a monastery in China, so he decided to stop awhile to teach the monks about Buddhism. They did a bunch of sitting staring at the wall for nine years … Continue reading VooDoo Accident Down at the Forge (Musical Interlude)

Meditation: Musical Interlude with Buckethead

Hi all! A heavy duty meditation day here so probably won't be hearing much from this end today. by O Society August 16, 2019 Usually I meditate in silence. That said, there's a wrench for every nut. And today the wrench for this nut is Buckethead. A train of thought without words. Enjoy! https://youtu.be/4RgQ-JDiOic Eulogy … Continue reading Meditation: Musical Interlude with Buckethead

White Replacement Story Aided by Mainstream Media

Let this front page serve as a reminder of how white supremacy is aided by - and often relies upon - the cowardice of mainstream institutions edited by O Society August 6, 2019 https://twitter.com/AOC/status/1158557383767052293 White Replacement Story Motivates Killers the World Over This conspiracy story influence killers from Germany to New Zealand to El Paso. … Continue reading White Replacement Story Aided by Mainstream Media

The Danger of Oversimplification: How to Use Occam’s Razor Without Cutting Yourself

The Word of the Day is Occam's Razor by Farnam Street edited by O Society August 4, 2019 Occam’s razor (also known as the ‘law of parsimony’) is a problem-solving principle which serves as a useful mental model. A philosophical razor is a tool used to eliminate improbable options in a given situation, of which Occam’s … Continue reading The Danger of Oversimplification: How to Use Occam’s Razor Without Cutting Yourself

To Make the US a Democracy, the Constitution Itself Must Change

C.J. Polychroniou interviews Noam Chomsky edited by O Society August 2, 2019 Why do so many people in the U.S. today find Trump’s racist rants and authoritarian mindset appealing? What are the political checks and balances — or lack thereof — that can ward off the impact of the Republican leadership’s disastrous policies? Is a constitutional … Continue reading To Make the US a Democracy, the Constitution Itself Must Change

Trusting gut instincts to decide military action is…

Truthiness... um, because weighing what's fair takes deliberation. by Paul Slovic and Amichai Cohen  edited by O Society July 19, 2019 https://twitter.com/realDonaldTrump/status/1142055392488374272 Because the drone was unmanned, Trump said it would be disproportionate for a U.S. strike to result in approximately 150 Iranian deaths, the estimated number of likely casualties. The decision to call off … Continue reading Trusting gut instincts to decide military action is…

New CNN Assange Smear Piece Is Amazingly Dishonest, Even For CNN

by Caitlin Johnstone edited by O Society July 17, 2019 CNN published an unbelievably brazen and dishonest smear piece on Julian Assange, easily the most egregious article of its kind since the notoriously bogus Assange-Manafort report by The Guardian last year. It contains none of the “exclusive” documents which it claims substantiate its smears, relying solely on … Continue reading New CNN Assange Smear Piece Is Amazingly Dishonest, Even For CNN