Second In Line

John Foster

John FosterIn discussing controversial and complex topics, it is necessary to blur the lines of statistical and empirical knowledge. The world reveals itself in many forms, be they refined and specific, or rough and equivocal. Much phenomena of nature and of society cannot be quantified, nor will ever be fully understood. My experiences in life have instilled in me a desire to question popular opinions regarding what is fact and what is fiction.

Writing is not simply my passion, my outlet, and a means of self-discovery, my writers tell the story of my search for pragmatic truths about the human condition and my unending inquiry into the extraordinary mysteries of life.

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