I Don’t Remember Moving To Babel

  I remember growing up in Indianapolis, Indiana for all my life, but over the last year or so I feel like I’ve slowly been moving to Babel. You see, for my whole life I had people who I disagreed with, but we could still communicate. Now it feels like there’s two different languages-Republican and... Continue Reading →

Can Robots Give Consent?

We have a new moral dilemma to face as a generation. Can you rape a robot? Now, if you've seen the stories about sex robots you have probably heard of people standing up for the rights of robots. Never mind for a minute that we are giving rights to inanimate objects before we do so... Continue Reading →

School Gets An F In My Class

Education has been constrained over the last few decades to simply mean school. It’s a series of levels that need to be reached until all the basic requirements have been reached, just like a video game. This educational paradigm isn’t only not useful, but counterproductive as well. Here I will argue why that is true... Continue Reading →

Fight With Words, Not Fists

  When did it become acceptable to hit someone with whom you disagree? We used to say, “Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” Now, even average statement of facts are considered “microaggressions,” which give the offended person full license to commit violence in retaliation. Not only does this... Continue Reading →

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