Monthly Archives: November 2010

Selfishness as a reliable vehicle for good deeds

I have written the previous article without going into details about the ‘why’ of altruism, and why does it appear to be (not even paradoxically) more like a matter of egoism, so in what follows I will try to clarify … Continue reading

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How seeing dead people might just help you become a better (living) one

Shall I add that this might not really apply to those creating said less-than-pretty sight? Say, murderers. Also, I presume, it may have no effect on the very religious types, as they usually hope for the best once they’re off … Continue reading

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They should ‘turn off that light’, not you

I have read recently (unfortunately I don’t remember where) that a study regarding electricity consumption in the USA and Western Europe has found that, no matter how much energy saving technology we employ (i.e. efficient light bulbs, LCD panels), we … Continue reading

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Our dark sense of humour in the 21st century: ’10 Things You Can Do to Help Save the Earth’

That is from howstuffworks.com. Or even better, on SEPA: ‘Only boil as much water as you need. Boiling a full kettle for just one cup of tea will generate up to eight times more carbon dioxide emissions.’ Hey, also don’t … Continue reading

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Why blogging?

Indeed, why… I also asked myself the same thing a while back and I had no answer; simply put, I did not feel like I had anything important to say. Actually, somewhere on the mockery of a blog that I … Continue reading

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