(PD) Rembrandt - Aristotle Contemplating a Bust of Homer
Logic is the act of comparing information.
The Logics is an introduction to Nature-based logic.
History - Philosophy - Physics - Psychology
IQ Questions and Answers - Observations and opinions on IQ, intelligence, and related topics.
Updated March 25, 2013
Free Online IQ Test Questions and with Answers - A different kind of intelligence test; one that everyone passes and fails.
updated March 29, 2013
Olfactory Perception - The Sense of Smell - If the Universe is wave-based, then are not all things wave-based, including sensory perceptions?
Updated March 31, 2013
The Logics' Classical Philosophy of Quality - The how and why, the reasoning behind The Logics, an old method of creating something new.
Updated March 29, 2013
Modern Living Artists - The shadows that define the presence of classical art, the beauty that exists within the shadows is created by what light that we ourselves shine.
June 15, 2012
A Brief Commentary on Leonardo da Vinci's "Thoughts on Art and Life" - Mankind's greatest talents have declared with the same voice that experience and virtue are among the most prized, but yet, their words have only been memorized, and still not applied.
March 5, 2012
Child Prodigy - The child who memorizes adult knowledge, his knowledge cannot exceed that of the adult's, and if the adult be common, then so must the child.
updated March 25, 2013
Positivity and Prayer - Science has known for over one-hundred years that positivity benefits everyone, but public schools and other government buildings have banned it. Why?
January 21, 2008 - updated May 14, 2011
Definition of Logic - Mental, electronic, binary, and self-observed logics.
June 23, 2008 updated January 21, 2012
Scientific Method – Twelve Logic Steps as a Methodology of Investigation - As religion did not invent ethics and morals, nor did science invent a scientific method.
October 19, 2008 - updated January 21, 2012
Logics Origin of Ethics, Morals, Virtue, and Quality - Creation dictates what is logical, and Creation dictates what is ethical and moral; not man.
2007-2012 updated March 29, 2013
Was William James Sidis the Smartest Man on Earth? - The belief that William Sidis had a 250-300 IQ as an adult is a myth.
2007-2010 updated March 26, 2013
Myths, Facts, and Lies About Prodigies - A Historiography of William James Sidis - Numerous myths about William Sidis are verified to have been inventions by newspaper reporters and biographers.
2007, 2008 Updated March 31, 2013
Definition of IQ and Intelligence - That which measures, is not the thing measured.
June 27, 2008 - Updated March 26, 2013
The Prodigy: A Biography of William James Sidis, America's Greatest Child Prodigy - The Prodigy is the primary source for most of today's myths about William Sidis.
September 14, 2008
Myths, Facts, Lies, and Humor About William James Sidis - Part 1 - Brief comments on the myths about William James Sidis.
September 01, 2008
Myths, Facts, Lies, and Humor About William James Sidis - Part 2 - Brief comments on the myths about William James Sidis.
September 20, 2008
Myths, Facts, Lies, and Humor About William James Sidis - Part 3 - Brief comments on the myths about William James Sidis.
September 26, 2008
Myths, Facts, Lies, and Humor About William James Sidis - Part 4 - Brief comments on the myths about William James Sidis.
September 28, 2008
Myths, Facts, Lies, and Humor About William James Sidis - Part 5 - Brief comments on the myths about William James Sidis.
September 28, 2008
Myths, Facts, Lies, and Humor About William James Sidis - Part 6 - Brief comments on the myths about William James Sidis.
March 8, 2009
HotHouse Kids - Some children play the violin because it is enjoyable, but some children play the violin because their parents enjoy having children who play the violin.
August 03, 2008
Leo Tolstoy's A Letter to a Hindu - The rejection of the religiosity in politics and science, is not a new invention; but it remains an ignored cry for common sense.
April 12, 2009 updated December 21, 2011
Leo Tolstoy's A Confession - But what can a mind with meaningless knowledge create, except for the conclusion that the man's life is as valuable as his knowledge?
June 28, 2009 updated December 21, 2011
The Logics Blog - The words, tossed upon the clouds, were observed, to determine how they might land, and to reply in a voice of their own.
July 10, 2008
Beyond Prodigies - The New Science of Intelligence - The Origins of Conscious Reasoning in Migration and Precocity — Volume 1.
updated March 12, 2013
Prodigy Myths - The public deems autism to be prodigious; the public does not know that talents exist beyond what the normal public can grasp.
updated March 14, 2013
Ethics - If Creation is created upon the law that all things are composed of three or more components, then what is an ethic composed of?
updated March 30, 2011
Dialogues of Nodin and William
Platonic Dialogues - Natural Philosophy
The Dialogues of Nodin and William are dialogues written in a Platonic style. The purpose of the pages is to present concepts of Nature-based logic, a natural philosophy, in a style of conversation that the general public might find entertaining and educational. Since the dialogues rely on and build upon information presented in previous dialogues, it is recommended that each dialogue be read in sequence beginning with Natural Laws.
Natural Laws - Accuracy in logic requires that there first exists a fixed point of reference to base all reasoning. The only possible fixed point is Creation itself.
Observation - Without firsthand observation, all logic must rely on a faulty imagination. Correct observation requires more than a visual glance.
Firsts - Which came first, man-made things or Nature? Most people have difficulty answering that question correctly.
Intelligence Versus IQ - IQ and intelligence are not synonymous. IQ tests cannot accurately measure real-world intelligence.
Mind of Prodigies - It is not possible for the non-prodigious mind to comprehend the thoughts of the prodigious mind. It is also illogical for non-prodigies to write biographies about prodigies.
Religion - Is religiosity the act of faith in an unknown? Disbelief in a religion, without first observing the religion through firsthand experience, is religiosity.
February 03, 2008
Right and Wrong - Schools teach children that there is no right or wrong. Natural laws declare otherwise.
March 13, 2008
Science - Inquisitiveness and observation are actions; verbs. Placing a noun upon a verb creates a false deity.
March 14, 2008
The Scientist - He who can, does. He who cannot, believes.
March 17, 2008
The Mystic - The eye of the needle of science is not the only passage to knowledge.
March 21, 2008
Inward Natures - External observations cannot measure internal natures. Man cannot know the nature of anything, but a small portion of himself.
March 24, 2008
Origins of Myths - Though two things may have similarities, the similarities do not dictate sameness of origin.
April 08, 2008
The Monk - It is the man who walks a path; the color of robe has no relevance.
April 08, 2008
External Behaviors - He who walks many paths, has a many-colored robe, but the soul is not the robe.
November 14, 2008
Calvin's Mirror - The difference between the prodigy choosing solitude, or choosing society, is very narrow.
June 19, 2008
Green-Internet - Information about green-net.org - promoting a safe, stable, and fast loading Internet.
January 17, 2009
How to: Solar Panels, Solar Power, Solar Energy - Part 1: The basics of how to estimate the energy from solar panels for your home.
July 20, 2008
Best of the Web
Best of the Web - Quality websites worth visiting.
September 12, 2011