Monthly Archives: November 2014

The divide between the “know alls” and others

This divide causes a major distinction between sociological worlds on the planet at present – sufficient for calamitous warfare. The divide is between the “know alls” who believe in the superiority of their cognitive capacities, with its associated arrogance, and … Continue reading

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How Banks Mess with your Life

The huge salaries and bonuses paid to top bankers is trite knowledge. Those funds are mostly, of course, extracted from average people with small accounts which are bled away by “bank charges”. The banks have been blamed for the various … Continue reading

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Sex: The rules of marriage.

These comments are not likely to be accepted unless there is acceptance of the postulate (in an earlier essay) that human cognitive capacities are minimal when compared with the intuitive control of human behaviour. To reinforce the concept, consider the … Continue reading

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Twisting Emotions

Many behavioural traits are linked to emotions which control our responses to external events. Some are immutably entrenched, like “do not harm children”. However these “directives” to behaviour were evolved in the context of a society which preceded much of … Continue reading

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Law Natural and Hybridised

Human social behaviour is complex and far reaching.   Its evolution is not the subject of this debate and perhaps (fruitlessly) one can speculate on its evolutionary – and perhaps inherited memory – origins.   Nonetheless, because of this intuitive … Continue reading

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Protective Mechanisms in Humans.

  The natural evolution of humans from dependant childhood to adulthood is one of increasing independence to the point of self reliance. This is the case with all mobile living structures. An extension of this is the powerful emotion of … Continue reading

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Government Control of Finances. Stripping your Protection

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-10-29/bank-data-sharing-accord-expands-push-to-find-tax-cheats.html The problems with this are that it increases government control over their populations, and the capacity to tax unfettered by any control.   It enables governments to totally control every single member of their population, simply by capturing the … Continue reading

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