Jautumn

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Date registered: May 3, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Quid Pro Quo Harassment, Moral Bigotry and Patronizing Action — December 2, 2016
  2. Bullying Is Always Discrimination — August 28, 2016
  3. Public Restroom Gender Apartheid — April 21, 2016
  4. Perhaps we should stop calling macroaggression “microaggresion” — December 6, 2015
  5. three more poems – The Uncertainty of Principle, No Mo’ Whinin’ Puhleez, Unforgettable — October 18, 2015

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May 17

Ten New Poems – The Monomoth Decameron

My submission of ten poems to the 2014 Campbell Corner Poetry Contest was not awarded a prize, so according to my submit once policy I am publishing them here now. Since I wrote them as a set, I have posted them on a single page and titled them The Monomoth Decameron.

Apr 21

Five New Poems – Wrinkles, barge, subways, girl, ours

These five poems were entered in the New Ohio Review’s 2014 Poetry Contest earlier this month, and more suitable poems were selected for the prizes and for publication. So in following my policy of submit once, then publish openly, I am sharing these poems now with the general public: Wrinkles barge subways (Mature content, rated R) girl ours (Mature …

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Apr 19

Three New Poems – out of water, Regret, Verisimilarattitude

These three poems were entered in the Dash Literary Journal’s 2014 Poetry Contest last month, and more suitable poems were selected for the prizes and for publication. So in following my policy of submit once, then publish openly, I am sharing these poems now with the general public: out of water Regret Verisimilarattitude  

Apr 17

Bleu: A Creation Myth in the Making is the #1 Amazon Literary Satire Fiction Free Download Today

Okay, so there are only four books in that category currently in the Top 100 Free list on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Best-Sellers-Kindle-Store-Literary-Satire-Fiction/zgbs/digital-text/7588855011/ref=zg_bs_fvp_p_f_7588855011?_encoding=UTF8&tf=1 but it’s nice to see that my novel is finding an audience, even if it is within a small niche of the reading public. I couldn’t be prouder of my curious little book. I feel it is already a …

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Apr 06

P v NP Resolved In a DeCantorized Foundation for Mathematics

Abstract P v NP is resolved by refuting Cantor’s Uncountability Theorems, but allowing them to live on in a finite model of ZFC which interprets the least infinite cardinal as the greatest finite number ever specified (unambiguously referred to) and which turns out to make ZFC consistent and complete under that finite interpretation. This result …

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May 07

Dred Scott and Covington Drawbridge – Taney’s Crucible For Civil Liberty and Equality

Taney’s Defense of Robust Citizen Liberty and Equality in Dred Scott U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger B. Taney ruled in the 1857 Dred Scott case that state “citizens” in the meaning of the U.S. Constitution are protected by the Bill of Rights against all state, territorial and federal laws except their home state laws. …

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Feb 13

Born Free

Who in my generation can forget the appeal of the movie “Born Free”?  It captured the ideal of a life, for animals and humans alike, defined by both individual freedom and harmony with nature. Similar ideals came to us through children’s books and movies like Bambi and Charlotte’s Web.  I remember Charlotte’s Web was the …

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Aug 19

Cantor’s Fallacy – Proof that All Sets are Countable in a True Infinitism Foundation for Mathematics

Cantor’s Fallacy – Proof that All Sets are Countable in a True Infinitism Foundation for Mathematics Definitions Let a “class” be anything with parts. Let an “atom” be anything that is not a class. Let a thing x be “distinguishable from” a thing y if and only if x is part of a class y …

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