Faraday and Hamilton

Summary: Read about men who exercise their free will by choosing to focus, reason and develop new knowledge across their entire lifetimes. Such a choice, whether made in the physical sciences or the humanities, can move man to unprecedented new levels of prosperity and happiness. Here are two such exemplary figures.

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Free will and mass terror

Summary: Totalitarian and terrorist movements make a direct, explicit attack on the idea of free will. Read how intimately connected the 9/11 Twin Towers attack and the issue of free will are, even moreso than you might think.

The previous post identified the kinds of mental patterns at the root of destructive and criminal behavior. […]

1001 Knights – the rarely mentioned men whose names are on the brands we use every day

Pick any product or company name you think of – IBM, Johnson&Johnson, Gillette, Oscar Mayer, Hallmark, Baskin-Robbins, Rolles-Royce – and there is a story behind it, a story of men who founded the company, often more than a century ago: With entrepreneurial spirit, hard work and a dedication to producing something worthwhile to make a […]