While doing research on my upcoming post surrounding infamous mass shooter Adam Lanza, I noticed a particularly bizarre historical pattern: mass murder techniques seem to follow historical patterns. In this post I go over these historical periods, as well as what might be the reason behind it.
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The Curse of The Conqueror
1956’s The Conqueror was a flop, and for good reason. But then, one by one, those involved began to die off. Was it a coincidence, an incident gone wrong, or something more… sinister?
Honor and Glory
Honor and glory are seen now as archaic concepts from history. But if honor and glory still exists now, what does it look like?
Why the Humanities Are Just as Important as STEM
As a global society, we tend to give the impression that STEM is something you should go after whereas the Humanities are something you should avoid. I think this is unfair for two reasons: firstly, there’s the obvious case that people tend to either swing one way or the other, and that pushing people allContinue reading “Why the Humanities Are Just as Important as STEM”
The Curious Problem of Solving Transphobia
Welcome to another website exclusive! I figured that the last thing Medium and LinkedIn need a more pseudo-philosophical political conversations, so I’ve decided to keep this one (mostly) to myself. I find the problem surrounding transphobia to be fascinating. In the way of stereotypes, I see three different categories: that of racism/sexism, that of homophobia,Continue reading “The Curious Problem of Solving Transphobia”