Does Life or Death Govern the Universe? Part 5: Creative Resistance to the Church of Entropy

Does Life or Death Govern the Universe? Part 5: Creative Resistance to the Church of Entropy

The last few years the use of remotely controlled unmanned aerial vehicles has radically changed the way armed conflicts are being waged. However, this approach cannot be described as new, as the first experiments with the use of unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in combat took place during the Second World War, although the technology was…

Does Life or Death Govern the Universe? Part 4: Bertrand Russell, Nihilist Priest of Entropy and the Roots of Transhumanism

Does Life or Death Govern the Universe? Part 4: Bertrand Russell, Nihilist Priest of Entropy and the Roots of Transhumanism

Whether we review the growth of eugenics or even the growth of modern ecologism and transhumanism out of cybernetics, the seeds of Aristotle’s oligarchical cosmology can be felt viscerally. In part three of this series, we were introduced to the growth of modern liberalism and Malthusianism as the outgrowth of the core fundamental axioms contained…

Does Life or Death Govern the Universe? Part 3 – The Newtonian Roots of Today’s Liberal World Disorder

Does Life or Death Govern the Universe? Part 3 – The Newtonian Roots of Today’s Liberal World Disorder

Just as Kepler attacked Aristotle, and just as Leibniz attacked both Locke, Aristotle, Descartes and Newton for the crime of denying the immortal soul to mankind, so too did Carey attack the system of Malthus and Ricardo on similar grounds. This is part three of a five-part series. Part one is here and part two…

Life or Death: Which Law Governs the Universe Part 2: Locke and Newton vs Leibniz

Life or Death: Which Law Governs the Universe Part 2: Locke and Newton vs Leibniz

The idea that anti-republican John Locke inspired the founding of the USA has been a strategic myth which has kept generations of Americans from understanding their own moral roots. This is the 2nd of a five part series. Part one ‘On the Cult of Aristotle’ which introduces the two opposing currents of ‘western thought’ leading up…

Is the Age of Big Bang Cosmology and ‘the Science of Scarcity’ Finally Coming to an End?

Is the Age of Big Bang Cosmology and ‘the Science of Scarcity’ Finally Coming to an End?

The two opposing cosmologies currently at odds with each other (open vs closed systems) strike on the very nature of life vs death, Matthew Ehret writes. It appears increasingly like our world is being shaped by ideas and intentions that have a pseudo-religious like commitment to limits and reducing human activity upon the earth. Whether…

Politically Motivated Academics Have Forsaken Science on ‘Whiteness’ as They Steer America Towards Civil Strife

Politically Motivated Academics Have Forsaken Science on ‘Whiteness’ as They Steer America Towards Civil Strife

If white supremacy and ‘systemic racism’ were genuine problems, America would not be a major destination for migrant flows as it now is. A disturbing trend has gained a foothold in the United States as members of the academic community are espousing virulent views on race that seem more guided by political prejudices and affiliations…