Breaking the Speed of Light: A Thought Experiment with Shadows

Discover how shadows challenge the fundamental limits of physics and philosophy in my latest thought experiment. By using non-physical entities like shadows, this experiment proposes a scenario where information can be transmitted faster than light, prompting a re-evaluation of the speed of light and the nature of causality. Dive into the implications for information theory, causality, and future research. Explore these groundbreaking ideas and their potential to transform our understanding of the universe.

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Charging Oil Companies with Crimes Against Humanity: A Comprehensive Argument

Discover why the actions of major oil companies in suppressing climate research and misleading the public about the dangers of climate change should be considered crimes against humanity. This comprehensive analysis explores the legal, economic, and philosophical arguments for holding these corporations accountable for the widespread and severe harm they have caused. Learn how legal reforms, economic accountability, and ethical imperatives can drive meaningful change and promote global justice.

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The flow-chart

On the night between the 22:nd and 23:rd of January I was watching the Trump senate trial which inspired me to create a picture that has since then been making the rounds on social media

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Intaglio printmaking with copper plates.

Printmaking is generally divided into four categories; Relief, Intaglio, Planographic and Stencil. In this guide I will focus on "Intaglio" printing using a copper plate. (In italian intaglio means "engraved work," from intagliare, "to cut in.") The basics of copper...

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