Category Archives: Technological Atrocities

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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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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9/11: When Religion Becomes the Patsy

9/11 was a disaster not only for America, but the entire world.   Since then, through the persistence of many conscientious individuals, it has become widely recognised that the attacks had nothing whatsoever to do with Islam, and cannot even be … Continue reading

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Automating the Spanish Inquisition

It’s strange how we go to museums and shudder at the Hellish implements dreamed up by the ghouls of the Spanish Inquisition.  How could they have thought it would help anyone?  How did they manage to get away with it?  … Continue reading

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