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An essay in which I argue that, among other reasons, Nelson Goodman's Grue Paradox is uncessarily complex, that we have universal cognitive principles gifted to us by evolution that provide a benchmark for rejecting grue predicates, and that our reasoning is not inductive, but is speculative...
Well, itâ€™s crude sentimentality which always makes its presence felt in Indian movies. Itâ€™s not always the case that movies devoid of melodramatic elements manage to evoke mass attention. The average Indian cinema loverâ€™s connection with melodrama is so intense that a...
A poem about the enigmatic relationship everyone has with their bedroom. It is often a place of comfort and recluse, but after dark it can take on a whole different persona...
Poetry | Updated Sep 10, 2013 | Reads: 12 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
A short stroy about how passion is the most important driving force in life - not money.
LyraHydraComa is Soma in December a song to Remember
Vested Armor to Shield the Pain of Disaray.
Musical Fusion Paradox Orthodox or South Paw Muse with a Fuse
Adding to the Lexicon Weaving Stitching Penmanship Predaliction.
Aiding Subjects with Subjects Subjecting Mythos
By Ill Buddha
A once and future all-powerful race, faces destruction and rebirth in endless cycles through eternity.
This is the story of Annabella-Natalie Eltiise, as told by her friends and allies. This is where Annabella learns who she is, and how easy it is to die. This is where Meredith learns she's very special and how dumb she can be sometimes. This is where Augustus learns that Destiny has a purpose...
a fearful moment of happiness.
Poetry | Updated Jan 7, 2013 | Reads: 20 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
irony of life
Poetry | Updated Dec 15, 2012 | Reads: 98 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 2
a heavenly experience in an examination hall...!
Poetry | Updated Dec 10, 2012 | Reads: 28 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 0
Well, I read this to my class as a graded asighnment, and for it I was personally invited to some elite writing club, well hope you enjoy(:
It's not necessarily a riddle. But it was fun to write! =)
By Matthew Ryan Mullins
This first person point of view will drag you in a circle before you know it. Only being 1300 words, it's a short read, but it's a mind bender.
Definitely a read twice kind of story.
A 70 year old former Nazi scientist with the assistance of a young computer genius complete a time machine to fulfill his life long ambition to change the world. However, the new time travelers discover what really keeps the universe in order.
The opposite of what she should be.