stan kinsman

Kansas City, MO, United States

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stan kinsman
Posted about 1 month ago
Shereen El Feki: A little-told tale of sex and sensuality
yesterday fades as a new thought rises from the ashes of false & failed religions All religions seem to go in stages, unfortunately for us humans it seems to go from good to murder in the 'god d'jour' style as shown by history. I cry for the faithful led astray by the false words of so many. I hold hope close. How is it fundamentalists seem to be heard while the true hearts die.? Didn't mean to be a downer- it is a monday. peace.
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stan kinsman
Posted about 2 months ago
Shereen El Feki: A little-told tale of sex and sensuality
Islam was more open about sex long ago. The books available were written by religious leaders. So-What happened ? The Kama Sutra again from long ago celebrated by accepting the reality of sex is fun & everyone is gonna do it so here are a few suggestions. Other books from around the world about the joys & mechanics of sex seem to be suppressed or am I just paranoid . We obviously are obsessed with it ,still, so where is the education long ago written .? Simple education on all subjects relating to humans leads to progress .
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stan kinsman
Posted about 2 months ago
Christopher Ryan: Are we designed to be sexual omnivores?
I agree the imposed shame causes more problems than it solves..Those preaching this life style seem to violate it often. Do as I say,not as I do is a propellant for change. I believe the old way of fidelity is being rearranged by the youth of the world. Everywhere all colors are standing together demanding change. Maybe this time the youth will win. I wish them luck.
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stan kinsman
Posted 12 months ago
Stewart Brand: 4 environmental 'heresies'
Seems to me that with all these catastrophes coming our way ........ Don't nuclear plants need constant human hands on to prevent meltdowns ? I seem to remember quite a few built on grounds that could wiggle .Plate shifts of who knows magnitudes are likely around the world yet we build 50,000 year poison centers all around this earth for zero emissions . I fail to see any logic to nuclear. The choices are too varied to list but here are a few , thorium reactors , vortex based technology are 2 I like. Neither one has the kill capacity of one nuclear reactor. Both would be cheaper too. Germany is dismantling its reactors & going green . Live with the planet means build nothing that can kill the planet. Worse case scenario is planetary plate shifts causing multiple reactor breaches so close together - well you know what a nuclear winter lasting 50,000 years might slow the economy even more.Unemployment would be solved. Think of the boon to surviving scientific researchers as they watch each other mutate & their offspring . Observation up close & personal. Would they do it again ? Will we do it again ?
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stan kinsman
Posted over 1 year ago
Will we come to think that the societies ruled by law have failed their capabilities by underachieving? Is law likely to become marginal?
So corruption is the problem. What to do when the corrupt make the laws..Ballots are now easily compromised. Try and,as a citizen & taxpayer,get a breakdown of expenses in a government contract. Try & protest where you can be seen and do not step out of the "Free Speech Area" or you will be arrested. Did you get a bailout.Lousy management allows failure to run the markets.Now that is gone except for a select few... Clean Air & Clean Water Acts have been gutted. Water is now a 'commodity be bought,sold & owned.. The list is endless of those making laws"taking care"of us,the taxpayers. I see hope all over the world demanding freedom yet I see no real progress,just regress.. I usually am more upbeat but as of late & the carnival of clowns worldwide now,I just sigh & hang my head. What about my great grandchildren..That thought pops up often. What about yours ?
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stan kinsman
Posted over 1 year ago
Mikko Hypponen: Three types of online attack
The internet was created to share info between universities,or that's the legend I know at least. Free & open topics of interest to all on planet earth was the goal. Kinda sorta made it,don't you think ? I know it isn't perfect but I am amazed that one can find uplifting beauty & intelligent conversation with such ease. That being said-one can find depressing words by the giga byte .Let's not even get into the porn money. Who knew the internet would give birth to a need for viagra ? You take the good with the bad & sort it out according to your tastes or needs.
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stan kinsman
Posted over 1 year ago
Does formal education as a child hinder a child's creativity?
Children are sponges.All children.The rate at which most pick up skills is truly amazing. Simple solution is teach the basics,reading,writing,math as fast as they can complete the work & allowing progress as demonstrated by each individual. How'd ya do that would be heard frequently in this atmosphere.Languages,now abundant in most schools,would flow & be adapted by the young. Natural occurrences in a natural learning environment .The youth can create a new future if we let them mingle as humans .Curiosity always wins.Add intelligence & you've got winners who understand diversity & so much more on a level that moves quickly .
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stan kinsman
Posted over 1 year ago
Why does the Universe look the same in all directions we look, considering an expanding Universe created by the Big Bang?
The only constant is change. I heard that a few moons ago. Energy cannot be destroyed,it can be altered.That explains life & death to me.We just see the sun rise from a new angle. Simple thoughts from a simple mind. Nothing is really that complicated,however those explanations can be a bit long winded . Science keeps proving to me that the words of my grandma are true."All is connected".