When postmodernist deconstruction meets math, you get:
Then you realize the subversion in the curriculum isn’t discreet, but just straight up in your face:
Have they progressed to playing the Soviet Anthem in the mornin… Read more
Cultural Marxism rears its ugly head again in the social media cesspool.
This time, Twitter user Jeremy Lam (@jere_bare) had the wherewithal to speak on behalf of 1.5 billion Chinese (and apparently me included). Stereotyping anyone with Chinese ancestry to great irony by grouping us all as like-minded thinkers and not individuals, he accuses a stranger … Read more
In academic level math courses, provided they are unencumbered by postmodern thought, you are generally given credit even when you don’t arrive at the right answer, but you showed your work to demonstrate a correct logical thought process for most of the way.
You would have earned partial credit because the answer was logically consistent up to a poi… Read more
In Canada, why is snow in Winter considered a special weather statement?
Nowadays, weather sites like theweathernetwork.com feel like they need to constantly issue a giant red warning icon to remind all of us that we do indeed live in Canada, and sometimes it snows in Winter.
We live in peak clickbait times. Everything is breaking news. Everything … Read more
At 0:43 of a video clip I posted, “Mathematics has a race?”, David Millard Haskell references the single paradox for which postmodern theory is entirely predicated on:
Haskell notices the absurd objective of the text “Race, Class and Gender”, a staple of all courses in academia driving the current wave of postmodernism:… Read more
Paid for by the Government of Ontario is a multi-part series of articles detailing the rampant government intervention in the province of Ontario, Canada. The line is borrowed from the sign-off of government sponsored commercials that air on radio, television and other media. It reflects their in-your-face approach of using tax dollars against its own c… Read more
Thursday Thoughts are a series of recent observations too short to merit their own article, but still important when analyzing today’s technological, economic and psychological trends.
A moment of silence for cryptocurrencies
Another 10% rout today brings the total drop-off over 50% within the span of six weeks for BitCoin and many other cryptos. T… Read more
Oxford Dictionary’s 2017 word of the year was “youthquake”.
Merriam-Webster Dictionary’s 2017 word of the year was “feminism”.
A word that would run in my personal Top 10 of 2017 is “violence”. In many ways, it is related to the above two: “youthquake” and “feminism”. Th… Read more
UK’s Telegraph published an article with a misleading title, “Oxford University gives women more time to pass exams“, which states:
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Students taking maths and computer science examinations in the summer of 2017 were given an extra 15 minutes to complete their papers, after dons ruled that “female candidates might be more likel
Here is the relevant clip that details why not to stifle free speech just because one may find it offensive (here’s looking at you, Bill C-16):
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Newman: Let me move on to another debate that ha