“We are Forerunners. Guardians of all that exists. The roots of the Galaxy have grown deep under our careful tending. Where there is life, the wisdom of our countless generations has saturated the soil. Our strength is a luminous sun, towards which all intelligence blossoms… And the impervious shelter, beneath which it has prospered.”

Didact’s Book List 2022

Didact’s Book List 2022

The Real Anthony Fauci: Bill Gates, Big Pharma, and the Global War on Democracy and Public Health by Robert F. Kennedy Jr. (3.5/5) Pandemia: How Coronavirus Hysteria Took Over Our Government, Rights, and Lives by Alex Berenson (3.4/5) Remains (Galaxy’s Edge...
The Didact’s Best Books of 2022

The Didact’s Best Books of 2022

My reading definitely collapsed quite badly in the past year as well – I actually spend much more of my time these days reading blog posts, articles, and various alternative news aggregator sites, rather than actual books. I also spent an inordinate amount of...
On behalf of our resident Badger

On behalf of our resident Badger

LRFotS Dire Badger is a chap with whom many of us are familiar. He’s been a regular at both this site and its predecessor, the old Didact’s Reach blog, for many years. Though he rarely comments nowadays, he always has something interesting to say. He wrote...
Domain Query: Rise of the Machines

Domain Query: Rise of the Machines

In this latest Domain Query, I address a rather interesting question from LRFotS Randale6 that touches on the thorny and tricky issue of thinking machines and artificial intelligence, while referencing the greatest sci-fi novel ever written. Here’s the...
Franchise destruction day

Franchise destruction day

I only realised that it is May the 4th while I was in the shower, preparing for the day. In all honesty, I don’t much care for STAR WARS Day anymore, simply because of the egregious and wanton acts of extreme destruction inflicted upon the franchise by the House...
Didactic Mind, Ep 57: The Rods and the Ax

Didactic Mind, Ep 57: The Rods and the Ax

This week’s podcast episode touches on many subjects, ranging from Robert A. Heinlein’s controversial classic military sci-fi novel, STARSHIP TROOPERS, to the Beer Bug, to the nature of rights and responsibilities. I discuss a lot of different points...

And the science dunce cap goes to…

The Male Brain sent over this link a few days ago, and it’s just too good not to turn into a full post. It’s all about how scientists can reach two completely different results from the exact same data set: In a test of scientific reproducibility, multiple...

Global Cooling FTW?

The latest scientific evidence of sunspot activity and the Sun’s thermal output is backing up predictions made several years ago by mathematicians, not climatologists: Because it turns out that even the Sun has gone into a lockdown ‘­recession’. Or,...
Didactic Mind, Ep 57: The Rods and the Ax

Didactic Mind, Ep 27: Red vs Blue

The latest episode of Didactic Mind is up, and in this week’s podcast I discuss the very divergent ways in which different countries, cultures, and states have reacted to the Kung Flu, and point out some hard truths about the significance of the red-blue divide....
Didactic Mind, Ep 57: The Rods and the Ax

Didactic Mind, Ep 07: The Destruction of STAR WARS

The latest episode of the podcast is up, and here I discuss in detail exactly why it is that STAR WARS Episode IX: The Rise of Skywalker is nothing less than pure Satanic evil: Share this:TwitterFacebookLinkedInWhatsAppTelegramSkypeLike this:Like...
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