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Chickens don’t have feelings

Chickens don’t have feelings

Some 500 000 chickens avoided being slaughtered for dinner by being swept away by a tornado in Mississippi, USA. After the tornado cleared away, few chickens that survived the ordeal were seen weakling around, picking up seeds and other crap around the dead bodies of their fellow brethren. They didn’t […]

May 12, 2020 1 comment Square Science, Square Story
We are an alien experiment

We are an alien experiment

  Why we live, why we die? This twin-turbo question naturally leads to another, marvelously immortalized in the Breakfast Club: Let’s shed a spark of confidence in the understanding of abstract matter such as the purpose of life, or What does it mean to be alive? All matter, including the […]

May 5, 2015 0 comments Square Science
Things you probably didn’t know about hipsters

Things you probably didn’t know about hipsters

You know something about hipsters. Since you are reading this, there is a good chance you are one. Or maybe you think you aren’t, but we are here to convince you otherwise. Let’s go. No matter the level of your personal hip, there are some firm notations on the subject. […]

January 9, 2015 0 comments Square Science
The I against ‘I’

The I against ‘I’

No matter how much someone can drive you nuts, you can always blame it on them for being senseless arseholes or truck drivers who were raped as kids. When negative consequences surface up, blame can be thrown in a 360 degree arc. Just focus on a target and arguments will […]

April 11, 2014 5 comments Square Science
5 reasons why you should cut your own hair

5 reasons why you should cut your own hair

Cutting own hair is not always a sign of mental wreck. Sane people do it too and and for a good reason. Five, to be exact.   1.  Save the equivalency of man hours needed to build condos on Mars       Going at a hair stylist naturally brings […]

January 21, 2014 3 comments Square Science
Humans as a dead branch (Part II)

Humans as a dead branch (Part II)

We (humans) are the descendants of cruder species. Hence the quality of my first graphic I scraped below. It explains the evolutionary destiny of our species compared to other less and more successful species, namely bonobos and gorillas. The Dead Branch On an evolutionary scale, gorillas branched off the main […]

December 12, 2013 12 comments Square Science
Why are adults nothing but grown up kids

Why are adults nothing but grown up kids

“Never stop being a kid, Richard. Never stop feeling and seeing and being excited with great things like air and engines and sounds of sunlight within you. Wear your little mask if you must to protect you from the world but if you let that kid disappear you are grown […]

December 9, 2013 0 comments Square Science, Square Story
Humans as a dead branch (Part I)

Humans as a dead branch (Part I)

Humans were lucky to be the first species to evolve to a point from where they could easily wipe out the remainder of the planet’s fauna, including their own kind. In the life long battle of species, raging on our planet since primitive bacteria. Animals who are unfortunate enough to […]

October 28, 2013 2 comments Square Science
Everybody lies..

Everybody lies..

Let me prove it to you. Everyone owns deep secrets, relentlessly kept away from everyone else‘s prying eyes. You lie too, my friend. Just look in the mirror and tell me you can see through all this makeup. I’m talking about all the men, of course.  How about creating a […]

October 22, 2013 1 comment Square Science, Square Story
Cosmological Argument Resolved: Modal vs. Kalam

Cosmological Argument Resolved: Modal vs. Kalam

source: Strange Notions Modal  theory supports the fact universe has no beginning or end in time. Kalam, on the other hand,  claims universe has a fixed beginning in time. So which theory is right? I don’t know, but I know which one of them is wrong. The beginning of time […]

October 15, 2013 2 comments Square Science, Square Story