User Comments - luo2mo4zi
Posted on: 农产品补贴June 28, 2011, 01:24 AM
I personally believe the WTO should be shut down! I liked this lesson.
But I must say the issue is that countries need to be allowed to develop infrastructure projects that can allow them to grow an abundance of food. I just think that sometimes the crazy ideology of people whether it is in the form of eco-fascism or econ-fascism, has prevented real development in infrastructure of the type 美國總統羅斯福 built!
Posted on: 人类的起源June 01, 2011, 01:39 AM
Darwin's theory is so boring and lacks many things which Vladamir Vernadsky laid out. It would be awesome if some podcast could cover Vernadsky's Biosphere (bookhttp://www.amazon.com/Biosphere-Complete-Annotated-Vladimir-Vernadsky/dp/038798268X), and other writings of his which cover evolution.
A couple things which should be stated about evolution; one Darwin isn't the only one who has ideas regarding evolution. Two, the main problem with Darwin's concept of evolution is that it actually lacks the entire context of the development of the Biosphere.
No organism in the Universe is an isolated thing in and of itself, every organism is a part of the environment. The environment is constantly going through a series of transformations that are irreversible. No one state of the Biosphere is ever the same. I don't doubt that our bodies are very much like apes, but I don't think one can neglect to context in which the ape came out of. In other words more important than any individual organism is the evolution of the Biosphere itself.
I find that the most interesting thing Vernadsky states in his Biosphere book is the fact that the evolution is very much a cosmic phenomenon because of the earth's relationship to the sun. In fact plants photosynthesize which makes cosmic rays a vital part of our Biosphere (In this case those of the UV range).
There is some evidence to show that organisms evolve certain traits simultaneously in certain Geological periods without needing to have sex with each other. In other words they evolve almost at the same time. Nothing in Darwin's theories could account for this, but I do think that there may be some type of cosmic causality for this.
Oh and as for religion, some people think that mind came after the body developed certain traits. I think that it is the other way around, the mind existed in the Universe first, which then necessitated evolution to occur the way in which it did. That's my religion!
Posted on: 日本核危机May 13, 2011, 07:05 PM
I just believe that the Western press put out a bunch of lies regarding the Nuclear Disaster. I witnessed first hand reports of x amount of radiation, and then the media would put out a report saying they misreported the amount, however the first report got more coverage than the second report.
I am just happy China is going to continue its Nuclear Program and not going to be deterred by the stupidity of people who don't know anything about the industry.
Something cool to point out while on the subject, there are robots being deployed to deal with some of the Radiation problems!
Posted on: SBTG: Sun YatsenApril 14, 2011, 01:31 PM
I'm so glad that there is a discussion about Sun Yat Sen! He really made a lot of progress for the development of China. I think since the Opium War, the financial interest of the world really wanted to keep China backwards (especially the British).
It is unfortunate the Maoist and the Japanese Fascist made it difficult for Sun Yat Sen's nationalist movement to go forwards with progressive changes in China in the 20th Century.
However I'm sure Sun Yat Sen would be happy with some of the current progress China has made despite some of the problems with the current PRC.
Posted on: Realization, Reality and AuthenticityFebruary 19, 2011, 11:09 PM
I must say that I've learned to appreciate Liliana's sense of humor. I usually find Jen to be the one with a sense of humor but the boob comment in the lesson was out of control! (Just to note I think you need a bit of out of control sometimes, it makes the lessons humorous).