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Indifference As Self-Defense Mode

A blind eye to suffering, destruction, annihilation. Ignoring pleas of help for suffering, dying, expiring. If humans will not listen but instead march headlong into destruction why should I care? Even if their destruction leads to my own, why care, … Continue reading

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You Have to Look Out for Yourself… August 17, 2016

Nature is indifferent. The storm is not singling you out. The tornado that smashed your house did not have that in mind. The flood that carried you adrift just happened and wasn’t scheduled. The shark that took off your leg … Continue reading

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There is no Intention, Just Indifference January 5, 2015

Hurricanes, floods, tornados, drought, dust storms, and tsunami; all natural scourges humans and animals alike have faced since the beginning of existence. Ancient humans decided there must be some cause for these horrible tragedies. They fabricated a cause: Gods, demons. … Continue reading

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Nature Doesn’t Care That It Doesn’t Care

In 2005 one of the most devastating hurricanes, hurricane Katrina, struck Louisiana. In 2010 a 7.0 earthquake hit Haiti. In short order the mentally unstable proclaimed that these disasters were punishments for sins against God. Both disasters were in reality … Continue reading

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