Category / logic & ideology

  • Most people should realise this fact by now. Results do not prove how smart you are, they prove that you can learn something academically, in a fixed syllabus, understand something better than others, given the same material. So why aren’t exams and results abolished? It’s the same question as “why do Government related jobs prefer […]

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  • A close friend of mine once told me, “I feel you are smart because you ask alot of questions”. In my defense, I am generally quite intelligent[1] regardless of whether I ask questions. What my friend doesn’t realise is that, it is because I am NOT knowledeable, that’s why I’m asking so many questions. Well, […]

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  • Some might wonder why am I writing on such a boring subject. Well, it’s a perspective problem actually. Let me try to apply it in a somewhat real-world applicable scenario. Online gaming communities would live and die by these rules, which is rather important considering most money in games now are MMOs. This would also […]

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  • Coporate backstabbing White collar crimes Crimes of passion Accidents Religions Governments

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  • - kenshinjeff

    real life anime

    Anime doesn’t make sense Where would it make sense What you’re living in could be an anime Movie magic lacks creativity, therefore not the same as anime In the future where you live your life an urban sub-concious state People would pay, very much like the truman show It could be like blogging, as a […]

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  • Let’s take a look at wiki’s explanation of ambidexterity: Cross-dominance, also known as mixed-handedness, mixed dominance and cross laterality, is a motor skills manifestation in which a person not necessarily being truly ambidexterous favors one hand for some crucial and precise fine motor skill operations and the other for others. Meaning: You should be able […]

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  • - kenshinjeff

    Indexing the brain

    I consider that a man’s brain originally is like a little empty attic, and you have to stock it with such furniture as you choose. A fool takes in all the lumber of every sort that he comes across, so that the knowledge which might be useful to him gets crowded out, or at best […]

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  • April 14, 2006 - kenshinjeff

    The future of the Internet as Yang forecasts

    Let’s try to keep this brief since everyone who knows me already knows what I feel about this. Of course, this is just a pre-ego-boost article for the events to come in the near future so that I can show off to other folks that I am right again. Microsoft has taken over most of […]

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  • As most people would know, life forms evolve to suit their surroundings better. We know from Darwin that fish came out of water, evolved lungs, lived on land blahblahblah. We also know that most species, when they lose the ability to effectively use one part of their body, another part(s) of the body will be […]

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  • March 28, 2006 - kenshinjeff

    Life, as logical as possible

    Based on the pigeon hole principle – Life is short, there is not enough time to do finish everything twice, do it right the first time, and leave the rest for others who want to try again. Interaction with other groups of people will tell you the same thing, since cavemen hunted in groups. – […]

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