July 2016 Gone By – World Horrors & My Family Bubble

First, some reflection of the month outside our family bubble. The world is so full of critical events at this time and age. 2016 will be a direction-changer or further struggling in the same policies. With the fresh Brexit in mind and the upcoming election in USA, plus all the other decisions to be made ...

The Choice of Pre-Birth Genetic Modification – Through Kant’s Ethics in the 21st Century

This essay discusses, departing from Kant’s deontological ethics, and deals with the ques- tion of which types of pre-birth genetic modification are acceptable from the perspective of Kant’s ethics theory? The conclusion is that Kant’s ethics can be in line with certain thera- peutic interventions. Yet the same ethics disapproves with any sort of pre-birth ...

Road Trip in Norway With Our Baby

At last we went on that road trip up to Norway and the landscapes of fjords, rivers, waterfalls, mountains - like something out of a Lord of the Rings milieu. This time, we had our baby girl with us. She's almost one year now but has been with us in Southern Europe and now to Northern ...

Ancient Norse Megaliths in Sweden

There are more megalithic sites in Europe than people are aware of, beside some of the famous ones like Stonehenge and Carnac, from Turkey's Göbekli Tepe (okey, technically it's in Asia, but some of the first European settlements were there in ancient times) and all the way up to Sweden and megalithic sites in Västra ...

Weather control is a reality

Weather control is nothing new, it's been done for decades and here's a good short video introduction to its history. Also look into Operation Popeye, which was a highly classified weather modification program in Southeast Asia during 1967-1972.   https://youtu.be/f8HwK2tDL4Y   In spring 2011 I listened to the Swedish public service radio P1 where they talked about weather control and the possible benefits of hindering ...

Sci-Fi Anime ‘Psycho-Pass’ & Why are anime characters white?

The other week on a discussion on how a transhumanist future would evolve and be like for its citizens, a commentator recommended Psycho-Pass. So I looked it up and thought, oh no, not anime series, that's not my thing. But the actual description of the series and that there only were 22 episodes, about 20 minutes each, ...

Negative scanner & old film rolls

I received a negative scanner recently as a present and dug into some film rolls, some old and some recent. It was the missing piece to continue working with film photography. I have analog cameras, and the film rolls are affordable priced, the development of film is affordable too. But photo development was the tricky bit and ...

On and Off of Consciousness?

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You can't have destiny sometimes and most of the time your "free will". The same way nothing conscious can come to existence from something without consciousness. What can ignite consciousness in billions of years of random movement to later form a conscious being? If there is something that ignited that "first consciousness" then that ignition ...

Oblivion – Sci-Fi Dystopia & Love Through Reincarnation

The film Oblivion by Joseph Kosinski had passed under my radar for the three years it’s been out. I finally saw it and really found it to be a relevant film, regarding artificial intelligence, use of drones, alien invasion, secret space programs and generally a well made post apocalyptic film. Also in the area of ...