Women are True Heroes?

“Hero: a person who is admired or idealized for courage, outstanding achievements, or noble qualities.” Women are True Heroes? Often it is forgotten that Women are True Heroes. We must look back to see a new future. Women started out as the first hero now hidden by time and a desegregating of women’s true value. “Hero” became famous as a Greek female name. In Greek Mythology the origins of the word was “Hero” (do you see the often missed her in the word) “Hero” was a priestess of Aphrodite beloved by Leander. I wish all women were seen as heroes again, they offer such worth to the world and are a needed equal part of our shared caring humanity. I try to be this now and wish to inspire such new egalitarian thought in others, as both women and men can be and often are heroes. I am proud to say I see the Hero in women and value them for who they are. Who is My Hero? Is there a hero who inspired me? No, there was no one person who changed my life or gave me inspiration to be more. For me it is everyone around me, ones who reach for the stars, as well as those who are still lying on the floor. To me the flight of the ‘human will’ is not a one-way trip, not a one-time journey, nor a one-time slip. I gathered whom I am from everyone around me from ones who struggle to ones who are strong. I can learn from ones who think they know little to ones who think they are never wrong. I strive...

Evolution Of Science

The first evidence of science was 5,500 years ago and was demonstrated by a body of empirical, theoretical, and practical knowledge about the natural world. This was produced by would be scientists who emphasize the observation, explanation, and prediction of real world phenomena. These Mesopotamian peoples began to attempt to record some observations of the world with numerical data which seemed to be taken for purposes other than for true scientific laws. As early as 3,800 years ago, a concrete instance of Pythagoras’ law was recorded on the Plimpton 322, a Mesopotamian cuneiform tablet, which was possibly created millennia before Pythagoras did it. In Babylonian astronomy/astrology and possibly for religious reasons rather than science, records of the movements of the stars, planets, and the moon are left on thousands of clay tablets. Even today, astronomical periods identified by Mesopotamian scientists are still widely used in Western calendars such as the solar year and the lunar month. Babylonian astronomy was “the first and highly successful attempt at giving a refined mathematical description of astronomical phenomena.” Using this data, they developed arithmetical methods to compute the changing length of daylight in the course of the year and to predict the appearances and disappearances of the moon, planets, and eclipses of the sun and moon. Only a few astronomers are known such as that of Kidinnu, an astronomer and mathematician who created Kiddinu’s value for the solar year and it is used in today’s calendars. It is reasonably concluded that all subsequent varieties of scientific astronomy and if not to some extent, all subsequent endeavor in the exact sciences depend upon Babylonian...

Superstition to Religion “The Tree of Lies and its Hidden Roots”

Evolution of Superstition to Religion (Timeline Exurbs from the book “The Tree of Lies and its Hidden Roots”) When I describe the evolution of religion, I will use the prefixes (primal, proto, and progressed) for the set of stages of development of religion. My use of primal, proto and progressed as prefixes for subclasses I have organized such as early superstitionism, early religionism and organized religionism all connected parts in the evolution of religion. The “Primal” prefix is meant to express the very basic aspects appear but not yet fully evolved or beginning assemblages are starting to come together but lack form, The “Proto” prefix is meant to express the “earliest form of” or all parts of the earliest aspects are now assembled. And, the “Progressed” prefix is meant to express the “concepts or behaviors more fully solidify” or all parts of the aspects are now further developed from previously assembled concepts or behaviors. I would first like to point out that there seems to be some scant possible hinting of the earliest pseudo-superstition before 1 million years ago and possibly back to 2 million years ago, yet likely this is not yet full superstitionism and defiantly not religion, but there are still elements there that are forming that will further religions’ future evolution. This pseudo-superstition starts with symbolic, superstition, or sacralized behaviors that may have been possibly exhibited even if only in the most limited ways at start to further standardize around 1 million years ago with primal superstition. Then the development of religion evolution increased around 600,000 years ago with proto superstition and then even to a...

Equal is a Behavior

I believe equal is a behavior and not merely a state of being. Thus, everyone can be treated in an equalitarian manner and devoid of the need for the quantifying requirement of fitting someone’s value assessments to achieve an equal status.