The Delphi murders refers to a homicide cold-case which involved two young teenagers Abigail Williams and Liberty German. In February, 2017 both girls were kidnapped and murdered while playing near the Monon High Bridge trail in Delphi, Indiana. The case grew in popularity after a video surfaced of a suspicious unidentified male walking towards them.… Read More The Delphi Murders
After some intense discussion in my philosophy group. A user by the name of Pete Finch has convinced me of the following flaws in my reasoning. I have conceded to him that the concept of the three classical laws of logic do not exist. In my time beginning to learn philosophy I adopted this concept… Read More Why I no longer believe in logical absolutes
In today’s political climate there is much to be discussed. Yet, so much misleading information is consumed and quickly disseminated through online social media. This treatment makes it hard to avoid political bias and unfair assumptions about your opponents position. So while there’s no shortage of political discussions being hashed out online, it’s surprising to… Read More What People get Wrong about Socialism & Communism
The ontological argument is one of the earliest theodicies created in an attempt to rationalize the existence of a monotheistic God. It was first introduced in the early eleventh century by the Archbishop St. Anselm of Canterbury (1033 — 1109). A modern reiteration was created by the philosopher & theologian Alvin Plantinga PhD. (1932 —… Read More Ontological Argument | Falsities of Alvin Plantinga
Any discussion about Immanuel Kant nearly always turns into a disparity over the elocution of his surname (Kant); by looking at his bibliography, we can make a reasonable assumption of how his surname should be pronounced. Various philosophy blogs and social media groups contain online memes that make a jest of equivocating the late philosophers… Read More How to Pronounce | Immanuel Kant?
Jubilee Nunnallee Revised 9/2/2019 Immigration reform has become an embedded principle of the democratic platform. With this coming 2020 election cycle it has become one of the top debated issues. Invariably, all democratic candidates are in favor of creating a path to legal citizenship for undocumented immigrants. But the real question may be to find… Read More Illegal immigration | A Better Solution?
Jubilee Nunnallee 5/11/2019 Recent years have brought Gender studies & Queer theory to the forefront of political and social debates. In recent months I have distanced myself from these discussions for several reasons but partially due to self-care. After a while it became mentally exhausting for me to participate in these debates, combating the sheer… Read More The Disgraced Academic | Paul R. McHugh M.D.
Genesis – Uranium was first discovered by German scientist Martin Klaproth in 1789. Henri Becquerel demonstrated a unique effect of radiation due to the emission of electrons and helium nuclei. In 1900 French physicist and chemist Paul Ulrich Villard discovered a third type of radiation called gamma rays. 1896 Pierre and Marie Curie coined the… Read More Nuclear Uranium | An Historical Timeline
“Quis es tu”, quoth my quibbling heart. It may seem quizzacious to ask but it is the quinteessence of any quodlibet. A quotannal festival takes place on the quindene. I stand near a quaggy quarry. I carry my quaigh of tea made with qat green leaves. I quench my thirst as if it were a… Read More Poem | Quis es tu
Jubilee Nunnallee 7/2/2018 “Faith is to believe what you do not yet see; the reward for this faith is to see what you believe.” – St. Augustine Debate | I’ve proven God to myself? I recently got into a dispute at my college with a group of Jehovah’s Witnesses (JW) about the existence of God.… Read More Debate | I’ve proven God to myself?