Sunday, February 14, 9999

First Post

This blog is an attempt to help us dispel our illusions and cease the worry and stress we inflict on ourselves. It is based on observations and hypotheses, but does not purport to have definitive answers. 

The posts appear in the chronological order in which they were written. Blog software displays posts in reverse chronological order, so to get around this, each post has been given a year starting at 9999 and working backwards. This way, the first post I wrote will always appear at the top (because it has the "latest" date), and the last post I wrote will always be listed at the bottom.

The first two digits of the year correspond to a certain year: 99=2015, 98=2016, etc. The second two digits of the year start at 99 and work backwards in chronological order. For example, 9893 would denote the seventh post of 2016.

While the years are incorrect, the months are correct (although the days aren't always exact). For example, the actual date of this post is February 14, 2015. The days of the week will be incorrect most of the time, because the blog software calculates day-of-week based on date and year, and the years are incorrect. For example, the day-of-week of this post is Saturday, not Sunday.

Credit for the term "selfing" goes to Paul Hedderman.

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