How media and the internet have made it advantageous to make false or exaggerated claims and profitize, prioritize and psychologically reward victimhood. In the beginning I was a huge fan of the #metoo movement. Sexual assault and degrading misogyny are disgusting, vestigial artifacts of a brutal trek through evolution - and there is no longer … Continue reading The Attention Economy Incentivizes Destroying Lives With Lies
"The Emerson Affair is the term generally used to refer to an incident that occurred on July 7 of 2001 in which 32 people lost their life while taking part in an art exhibit inside a submarine which was submerged in the San Francisco Bay. The name comes from the artist who had created the … Continue reading Four Cows Being Milked By Mimes In A Submarine While A Naked Woman Sings The Battle Hymn Of The Republic
The summer meeting of the Guerrilla Psychology Society (GPS) is taking place right in the open, as they always do, at an IHOP just outside of Omaha. The members are all influential players in the field who have joined forces to correct social psychological trends before they threaten the fabric of human civilization, which happens … Continue reading Associative Identity Disorder
We mistakenly categorize grief as a naturally occurring emotion, but that notion is neither rational nor beneficial.
From inequality to environmental catastrophe, and almost every other major problem humans cause and suffer from, this one invention is the answer.