@MenAreFine yeah, I agree.
The universe is a holistic and synergistic entity of many interactive things.
I just love metaphysics, and Absolute/objective idealism.
I agree with Francis Bacon that their should be two schools of knowledge. Science AND metaphysics.
Of course, there are more as well.
@INNASKILLZ2K20 Thanks for mentioning Evola. I've never heard of him before.
One of my main pursuits over 30 years has been trying to understand the universe in general, our place in it, and what the possibilities are for the future. I studied science at university and I've worked with computers. I've also looked into the occult and tried out a lot of psychedelic drugs. I've had some interesting insights and some silly ones.
I don't subscribe to a monolithic view of the universe - I think it has to be approached through many different viewpoints to get any idea of what existence is. Currently my main sources of inspiration are science, information processing, and Theravada Buddhism.
Hello to all the new members!
It's not very active here. But I'll add the link to my sticky post on r/MensRights.
I don't expect much activity. As long as the subreddit is still up, hardly anyone goes to other forums. But as long as they subscribe here, they'll be able to migrate if and when the time comes.
Everyone should be subscribed to at least three alternative networks. That will create strong connections which are difficult to break.
As a last resort, TOR is a very robust secure browser.
@redpillschool Parler.com is a free speech replacement for Twitter. It has hundreds of thousands of subscribers since it opened a week or two ago. Including President Trump, as of three days ago.
It's mostly conservatives at the moment. I hope it gets some voices from different viewpoints soon.
People are abandoning Twitter because of the political censorship. Even some of the President's tweets get deleted! It's that bad.
My post on how and why to so Internet activism. It works.
This post has facts, and many links to useful things to advance men's rights and men's health.
It is now males, rather than females, who suffer the vast majority of institutional discrimination
Should I add a link to trp.red?
@anislandforyourself The point is that some people will listen and change their minds, even if they don't say anything.
Here's something I wrote on the topic.