Tuesday, July 28, 2015

What if the definition of life was: 'must be green'?

'Being able to think for itself' is the best argument of being alive. Right? Of course it is because you are human and only humans can think for themselves. Humans thought of this argument and thus it is the most valid argument. We can think of. But what if the definition of life was: 'Must be able to be very green'?, plants would be more 'alive' than us.

Should you feel like watching someting else than the game tonight, maybe you can consider expanding your mind and have a go at this lecture.

Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Tobacco industry still happy

Only 16 percent of all American adult nowedays smoke tobacco! That's great news, isn't it? But wait: how come the American tobacco industry is making more money than ever!? Here's the answer and the cold hard truth:

Tuesday, July 14, 2015

You can't trust your senses

It's hard to trust your senses. For example: when you see demonstrators on tv, how do you know if they're not getting paid to shout what they're shouting?

The answer is: you don't.

It seems as if every single regime in the world is manipulating it's people. Just to make themselves feel good. Not just by getting into our heads with marketing, false newspaper reports and advertising. But even with bribing. As this clip shows. A girl films herself getting paid the equivalent of five US dollars to walk in a pro Putin rally in Moscow:


Tuesday, July 07, 2015

Serious about the war on drugs

Is your doctor taking pharmaceutical money? Then he (or she) basically is a drug dealer!

More money is made selling prescription drugs than illegal drugs. Most legal drugs are far more addictive than - for instance - marihuana. Have you never wondered why the American government is fiercely against drugs but refuses to raid Wall Street or Charlie Sheen's house?

Pharmaceutical companies are a bit like your daughter's first boyfriend: more concerned with getting inside than performing well once there. (Not my own joke.)

About half of all Americans take sleeping pills. Even though reading a book, watching a Sandra Bullock movie, listening to quiet music or having sex is far more effective to get that well needed drowsy feeling. And much cheaper next to being less dangerous to your health. Although I have my doubts about the Sandra Bullock movies.

If the American government is really serious about the war on drugs, they should take on the pharmaceutical industry.