I do, and I’ll be honest about that. It’s funny because I bash the iPhone all the time, for it’s sluggish performance as an OS, compared to the sheer power in Android. I find their products to be expensive with no follow through. And I find them to be lackluster in innovation. But, I do […]Read More Why I like Apple more than Google.
The question is clear. The sides are made, with brutal support for both ends. And I haven’t done a philosophical post in a while, so I decided to talk about this. Now, I’m not a gamer, or even a big movie addict, but I spent some time researching the notorious, and brutally vicious rivalry between […]Read More Should Batman end the Joker?
Can you say for sure that you exist? That you are real? Like really real? Like not a simulation of any kind? Unless you’ve made this amazing scientific discovery that this is legitimate reality (Congrats-you can now collect your Nobel Prize), you probably can’t. And if you think about it, we very well could […]Read More Elon Musk says we’re a simulation. Here’s why.
If you don’t know what the Pixar theory is, you haven’t lived enough. It’s a theory that puts all Pixar movies into a timeline, in a “Pixar Universe”. What most people don’t realize, however, is that this universe never ends. It’s a chain of events that lead up to an event that starts time all […]Read More The Pixar Theory: It’s a time loop.
Pichai. A CEO of a world-leading company. It’s extremely profitable. It’s leader holds extreme talent and influence. He is in the position to help their motherland- which they owe a lot to (Food,water, parent’s, environment, and influence). The question is- is he doing wrong by not helping India out, now that they are in the […]Read More A question about Google’s CEO….
It’s either you or the future. Nothing stands in the way. You know what the future holds and you have a choice: To go to Harvard University and live a great life, or to let another person take your spot. However, that person is destined to form a company with his fellow alumini and change […]Read More Duty vs. Utilitarianism.
It happened. The 9th US Circuit Court of appeals continued to persist on blocking Trump’s radical Immigration ban. But instead of giving a sigh of relief, I felt as if we were betrayed of what we had built the U.S about. The people. And I find it quite alarming that it took so dang long […]Read More Do we have any real power?
Math is really an incredible subject to me; not as a base subject but rather the philosophical miracle behind it. It’s arduous, multifarious, convoluted makeup is so indecipherable, so labyrinthine, that even the most accomplished scholars can’t ever crack down on it. This complex demeanor is so deep, we generally can’t explain it’s inclusion in […]Read More The Incredibility Behind Math.
What IS justice? For example, if a murder case was going on, and the criminal had killed the victim only out of his opinion that shooting the victim was a utilitarian thing to do, should he be arrested or let go? Of course, most of you will probably say yes. The murderer KILLED something […]Read More Justice.
Admit it- you’ve done it. And if you are anything like, me (until recently, but that’s for another time), procrastination is a daily routine- but it doesn’t do much good for you. You stress out, finish things last minute and can even fail to turn something in from time to time- but procrastination does have […]Read More Why we still procrastinate.