Politics has created a massive, rippling divide across nations everywhere. All sides seem to be fighting over subjectivities… but there has to be an objectivity lying in the midst somewhere. Right?Continue reading “But Who’s Right?”
Perhaps one of the most horrifying revelations about mass shootings is the sort of “seasonality” aspect behind them. Mass shootings, for the most part, are not going on all the time; rather, they bundle in periods of hysteria and outrage. So, what is it exactly that goes into these mass shooting cycles?Continue reading “Mass Shooting Cycles”
The concept of tolerance has become a priority topic as the world begins to modernize. When faced with a global world, we’ll have to tolerate some things we haven’t needed to tolerate before. However, a big paradox arises in all of this: how do you tolerate the intolerant?
Okay, so it’s been a bit longer than “a few weeks”, but I did promise back in June in my “How One Joke Can Ruin Your Life” post that I’d elaborate a bit on what I call “The Shame Economy”. My thoughts on that got sidetracked after some time, but I think with some current social media developments it is finally time to bring it back. So let’s dive in.
The world has unfortunately fallen behind on its promises to turn back climate change. While the Paris Accord seemed to be a step in the right direction, things have fell apart since the US split off. Meanwhile, the rapidly increasing supply of renewables in China appears to have been cut short by a sudden decrease in funding for environmental efforts. While hindsight is 20/20, the events that have followed make sense, as there is still much to do before we can think about collecting as a whole to fight climate change.