Factual Discourse

It is clear to me why a movement like the flat-earthers has gained in popularity. But let’s be honest—these people are not ignorant of the facts which total the understanding that the earth’s shape is that of a sphere. This is neither a question of cultural exposure nor lack of comprehension. It must be instead…

The Feeling of Reality

Earlier this year I read of the experience of the sensual entity gravitational wave. And this experience came forward as the discovery of this entity. While I have been critical over the ‘discovery’ of entities through science in the past, I have now resolved much of my frustration in qualifying physical entities as distinct from…

Validation, Facts

It is not always clear to me what scientific gossip is getting at, while I feel something essential in the speech of a religious person—in as much as they talk from experience. Yet, when a creation apologist constructs an exhibition in which men and dinosaurs live together, he is instead fighting a factual battle. And…

True/False Claims, Experience

Consider the question: “Do you believe in god?” This is probably the wrong question. Unless you can accept the answer, “I do not experience Him.” However, if you expect an enumeration of true/false claims to convince you, I do not know why you have asked this question; after all, you will not be convinced. This…

Experiential Language

Today a question draws my attention. Yet I have not raised this question to any friend, colleague, or lover, since I can only imagine the trouble it might bring along with it. Consequently, I do not know if this is a question of my own, or something easily relatable. My question regards facts. This is…