Posts tagged "Death"

Tire Tracks in the Sand

By Cyberquill • 11/07/2014 • 9 Comments

Given the prevalence of death in this world, it seems grossly unfair, almost cruel, to lavish a disproportionate amount of attention on a select few as if all the others mattered less or not at all.

The Truly Bereaved

By Cyberquill • 06/16/2014 • 6 Comments

When someone has crossed into the undiscovered country, my grief primarily extends to feeling sorry for that person. After all, it is that person that has died, not me.

The Creation Conundrum

By Cyberquill • 09/03/2012 • 9 Comments

What good is the grandest hypothesis if it raises the exact same question it professes to answer?

Replacing one mystery with an equivalent mystery does nothing in the way of solving the mystery. Doing so merely reärranges the deck chairs on a sinking vessel, and it leaves us just as smart as we were before, except that our mystery now resides over there instead of over here. …

Watchmakers All the Way Down

By Cyberquill • 12/27/2011 • 8 Comments

A body with a fractured calvarium is found lying face-down on the sidewalk. The coroner explains that the victim was smashed over the head with a blunt object from behind. No witnesses, no murder weapon, no footprints, no fingerprints, and no DNA other than the victim’s, who, by all accounts, had no enemies. …

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