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Mr. Eccles Presents | Lysenkoism


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Caturday's Astrophenia | 2017.02.18
G'day. I'm finally back to something approaching a full study schedule after a disaster at home Monday. Now that initial cleanup is done, it's back to creating new fractals, reading, and allocating time to better my pursuit of lifelong learning. I'll be min...

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Gods of Terra | Dirge - The King of Shards (Part 1)
Click here to read Chapter 1, Part 1 Click here to read Chapter 1, Part 2 Click here to read Chapter 1, Part 3    During fold translation, linked to the ship’s main drive via my ‘shard, I drift in thought, in a semblance of sleep. In this state, I dream aga...

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Logico Fractatus | Valentine's Day: 2017
Namaskar. This year, I've collected some of the most kickass heart fractals I could find in my archives, and here they are! I hope that this day, whatever your celebration of choice, sees you in good health and good spirits! Tf. Tk. Tts.

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Mr. Eccles Presents | The Search for Life
I'm going to forego the Mews & Lynx Roundup for this Sunday due to scheduling issues, with a little something from the diabolical tuxedo cat from hell for your enjoyment.

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Gods of Terra | Dirge - Questions & Answers (Part 3)
Then they found the relics. They found the hypershards.  They were something an archaeological expedition discovered in billion year-old geological strata with no idea of what it was they’d uncovered. The first attempts to examine them resulted in a flash t...

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Gods of Terra | Dirge - Questions & Answers (Part 2)
Click Here to Read Part 1. Unhallowed sterilized moons of mighty Bruticus. I thought so.  Suthidruu.      That’s not quite it, not quite how it really sounds, just the closest humanly pronounceable approximation of their name for themselves. Fortunately, wh...

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Project Logicality | The Argument from Final Consequences
What happens when we confuse cause and effect? What mistakes do we make in thinking backwards from effects to causes, based on little more than our preference or distaste for the perceived outcome or desired conclusion? Here, we discuss the Argument from Fi...
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