Genetic Variation in Origami Roosters Offspring

I was fully aware of the fact that Genetic Variation is essential for Natural Selection, in the process of Evolution. You would think, like I did, that this only implies to organic material. But reality proved otherwise, Origami Roosters are subject to Natural Selection as well.

Like Father, Like Son. Look nothing like each other. A new species perhaps?


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I’m a Stupid Cat!

Kittens are so adorable. Running around, playing, jumping, climbing. Having the time of their life, without any obligations or care for their surroundings. Ever since the easy-to-use World Wide Web became commonplace back in the nineties, a weird urge to upload and download content regarding cats from the Internet (as opposed to porn) was born. Like this video right here! Continue reading I’m a Stupid Cat!

False Cooperation

Being forced to cooperate is like filling a bucket with holes in the bottom. You can fill it how much you like and how many times you like, but it will always leak out and you will have to start over. Cooperation is just that, a leaking bucket. Family, School, Work, all teach you the seemingly importance of cooperation. Once you have found yourself, you realize that it all was just False Cooperation. Continue reading False Cooperation

Put the Power Back

Riot PoliceThe Police, Fire department, Army and Overall Government are your Employees. The idea behind democracy in general, is to have a political system where the people have the ability to influence the leaders. It’s a cute idea, but like it usually ends, human greed takes over human need. There is no way back to our human roots, our dependence has grown to large. Continue reading Put the Power Back

Slow but Moving

OctaoxygenI am Slow but Moving. My physical structure is solid, and at no threat to my environment. But my mind is on a constant move, it never stops, never sleeps. The Stubborn and Rebellious outlook on life, brings confusion to the masses. The relic mindset of violence only accounts for what you can touch, not what the mind can create. Continue reading Slow but Moving