Humble Confidence — Critical Distinctions

Some time ago, I wrote an article on humble confidence that created its share of confusion and disagreements. This revealed several things: The inadequacy of the human language to discuss spiritual things, The lack of skill of the writer, and The lack of sufficient creative intelligence of the reader to bridge the communication gap. Even … More Humble Confidence — Critical Distinctions

Conditional Sidebar Widgets – Making a Website More Flexible

If you have your own website, whether it’s hosted professionally, or it’s a freebie, it’s nice to have a certain amount of easy programmability. On WordPress sites, for instance, we might see a sidebar next to our articles. For beginners, this sidebar will likely remain unchanging. It might contain a search input textbox, a list … More Conditional Sidebar Widgets – Making a Website More Flexible

How Science Fails to Recognize Initial Conditions

Science relies heavily on replication—the ability to repeat phenomena given the same inputs and conditions. If a phenomenon cannot be replicated, then one unavoidable possibility is that the initial conditions have not yet been replicated. The only other possibility is that the known conditions were not causally linked, so it’s likely the phenomenon will never … More How Science Fails to Recognize Initial Conditions