Category Archives: Iraq

The Pen of Science: Still Mightier than the Sword

No matter who you may be, where you may live or what you may believe, the events of 9/11 changed your life. It was the pretext for the invasions and the bombing campaigns which plunged the entire middle east into … Continue reading

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The Men Behind the Curtain

There’s a certain point in the evolution of an idea when the swirl of debate around it reaches, as Malcolm Gladwell might say, a tipping point. A certain kind of accusation that things are not what they seem to be … Continue reading

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The Rise and Fall of Civilisations: the Moral Genome

“The laws of Heaven operate in such a way that the mortal himself rewards, punishes, absolves or convicts himself.” .. Gopi Krishna Whatever Einstein charged for revealing the Theory of Relativity was probably on a par with Copernicus’ fee for … Continue reading

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Self Harming and Our Pink Lady of Boston

The United States of America has a long and troubled history of self-harm, always carefully crafting a scapegoat to suffer the ensuing reprisals – invasions, wars, or brutal crackdowns.  This undeniable trait arises from a constitutional ban on any president … Continue reading

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Elevatorgate

As usual I’m a little late to the debate so was surprised yesterday to see that Richard Dawkins has offended the women in his movement by comments he made to an attendee named Rebecca Watson.  Watson felt awkward being propositioned … Continue reading

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Mandatory Tests for Fatal Diseases in Politicians

I think it’s high time we grew up and demanded proper MRI scans to test leaders for signs of sociopathic tendencies BEFORE they get into power, and start wrecking the planet. Their massacres and wars and torture operations would speak … Continue reading

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Rebranding Atheism

The atheist movement has become politically charged in an impressive way with the entrance of Sean Faircloth.  This likeable politician has tried to harness and redirect Richard Dawkins’ efforts, which began to founder, perhaps for want of tangible long-term goals … Continue reading

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