Coddling North American Minds

“Trigger warnings are verbal or written notifications provided by a professor to alert students that they are about to encounter potentially distressing material.” - from Coddling of the American Mind by Jonathan Haidt and Greg Lukianoff Real life does not give you trigger warnings. Young adults these days are soft. If you were to drop... Continue Reading →

A Message From Outer Space

"Do not answer. DO NOT ANSWER. DO. NOT. ANSWER." _____ Imagine yourself in the not-so-distant-future, you're in a laboratory late at night. You're tired, cold, and hungry from working ungodly hours - testing, upgrading, and testing - same old system maintenance. All of sudden, on one of the monitors - large, green text starts scrolling... Continue Reading →

How to Read Books by Naval Ravikant

I have 38 books on the go. But that’s okay that I haven’t finished any of them yet. I happen to agree with Naval that you don't necessarily have to finish a book, right away or even at all, in order to appreciate content within a book. Naval Ravikant's Secret to Reading Books in the... Continue Reading →

The Three Body Problem Sci-fi Sensation

I recently came across one of the coolest sci-fi books ever: Three Body Problem by Cixin Liu. https://twitter.com/northerwild/status/1132130924957765632 https://twitter.com/northerwild/status/1132487046990311424 "Set against the backdrop of China's Cultural Revolution, a secret military project sends signals into space to establish contact with aliens. An alien civilization on the brink of destruction captures the signal and plans to invade... Continue Reading →

The Police Scanner Listening Party

The internet is amazing. But you already knew that. But did you know that there is a live-stream on periscope where a guy smokes weed and listens to police radio scanners? The first time I watched the show there was a car chase where a woman stole a camper van that had two dogs in... Continue Reading →

Gad Saad New Book Release Date 2020

Dr. Gad Saad is a, professor of marketing at Concordia University and the author of The Evolutionary Bases of Consumption and The Consuming Instinct. Professor Gad is known as the Colonel of Reason, Leader of Logic, and the Destroyer of Doublespeak. If you follow him on Twitter (which I highly recommend you do) then you will know... Continue Reading →

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