How the People of Rwanda became almost 100% Christians

On April 1st, 1910, King Rukara rwa Bishingwe killed the religious colonizer father Loupias at Gahinga. He and his people were tired of the colonizers who were harassing their people to convert to Christianity. Following the killing, the German colonizer Gudovius organized a punitive expedition on the local population killing people randomly on the streets, […]

Individual evolution and collective evolution

The study of evolution as science is often focused on one side of evolution, the individual evolution which means how individual animals, including humans, under the contingency and randomness of their environment adapt or fail to survive. The side of evolution that is often overlooked is the collective evolution, which means how species as a […]

Natural inequality and a Case for Imperialism

Inequality in nature is obvious. Some people are genetically luckier than other. They are more handsome, more beautiful, healthier, smarter, or born in the right family, country or city. It might look unfair, make some jealous but we can’t make everyone look ugly because you are ugly. Nature seems to allocate more ressources to some […]