Cultural Decline And The United States Supreme Court
First Law of Thermodynamics: You can’t win.
Second Law of Thermodynamics: You can’t break even.
Third Law of Thermodynamics: You can’t stop playing.
(HT: Business Insider)
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Our illustrious United States Supreme Court reminded us why this joke describes not only Thermodynamics, but also the life of a traditionalist in Post-modern America. We see this exemplified in the recent two decisions regarding homosexual marriage in The United States.
Entropy, the Commons and Why It All Went to Scat on the Phoenix Light Rail
When we do feel that we’ve paid too high a price to preserve our public square? Worse yet, if it all goes too far, what in the heck are we going to able to do about it? Property translates into rights and power. In modern America, we own less and less of it and share more and more of it. It’s something to think about as we all enjoy the egregious grossness of a bombed-out reprobate on the Phoenix Light Rail.
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The Entropy of Freedom
A little DIGG love if you please: While Entropy has slightly different meanings according to the field of science in which it is used, its general meaning is the degradation of a system toward chaos – the gradual loss of energy leading toward nothingness. Cosmologists will tell you that at the instant of creation of our universe, at the very moment of the Big Bang | Read More »