The Disjunction Between Fame & Creativity In Art

Our social structural theory of fame departs from prior work on fame which argues that fame is driven by creativity. (Banerjee & Ingram) §.00 Fame and creativity have a instinctive association. It is thought that, for artists, as a general rule, the more creative they are, the more famous they will be. Evidence, however, does… Continue reading The Disjunction Between Fame & Creativity In Art

Reversing Time’s Arrow: Qubit Simulated Particle Regression

In 1927, British plumian professor of astronomy at the University of Cambridge, Arthur Stanley Eddington, developed the concept of time's arrow, which he sought to use to better explicate the asymmetry or mono-directionality of time. One year later, in 1928, Eddington described the concept in his book, The Nature of the Physical World, "Let us… Continue reading Reversing Time’s Arrow: Qubit Simulated Particle Regression

Triadic Neurolink: 3 Patient Brain-to-Brain Thought-Sharing Study A Success

Researchers from Cornell University have created a "non-invasive, direct brain-to-brain interface for collaborative problem solving." The technology is presently dubbed BrainNet and has been utilized to allow two participants (senders) of a tetris-type game to transmit information pertinent to the game to a third, linked-participant (the receiver) in collectively maneuvering within the parameters of the game (rotation… Continue reading Triadic Neurolink: 3 Patient Brain-to-Brain Thought-Sharing Study A Success

Hawking’s Final Black Hole Research Paper: Black Hole Entropy & Soft Hair

Stephen William Hawking's final black hole research paper before his death on Einstein's birthday, Black Hole Entropy & Soft Hair, has been released via Cornell University Library. The paper was written in collaboration with Cambridge and Harvard researchers, Sasha Haco, Malcolm J. Perry and Andrew Strominger. The paper deals primarily with the conundrum know as… Continue reading Hawking’s Final Black Hole Research Paper: Black Hole Entropy & Soft Hair

Book Review: Hate Crime Hoax, by Wilfred Reilly

SYNOPSIS Hate Crime Hoax: The Left's Campaign To Sell A Fake Race War by Dr. Wilfrid Reilly (The $50,000,000 Question) is an absorbing and well-detailed account of the prevalence of American hate crime hoaxes and the glaringly negative results of their perpetration. Dr. Reilly is quite forthright in laying out the fundamental purpose and aim for… Continue reading Book Review: Hate Crime Hoax, by Wilfred Reilly

Site Update: Articles Will Be Sparser As TLC ramps up production on new e-book

Greetings and salutations, dear reader. If you have been following the site for some time you will know that I have published one e-book previously (which you can obtain free, here) with the intention of releasing more in the future. Our first original content ebook, Defamation Factory: The Sordid History of the ADL, will shortly… Continue reading Site Update: Articles Will Be Sparser As TLC ramps up production on new e-book