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This video was taken in the Syrian city of Raqqa – the Daesh (ISIS) capital and stronghold in Syria. It portrays the life for ordinary women under the tyranny of these Islamic terrorists. Fortunately, this situation may soon be reversed. Armed … Continue reading
This quote by David Russell is so true. And much as I think this is great advice I think the resolution required to actually burn some bridges is almost as hard.
I am being purposely provocative here – and who else provokes better that Richard Feynman. Similar articles
Readers of the New Zealand Listener will probably have read the recent interview with Professor Brian Cox (see Interview: Brian Cox). It’s good to see such interviews down in this part of the world – just hope we get to … Continue reading
This is the third and last video in the series Sex, Death And The Meaning Of Life. It’s about “meaning.” Richard Dawkins sets out to answer the question he often gets asked – “How do you get up in the … Continue reading
Sex, Death and The Meaning of Life is a new series of TV documentaries fronted by Richard Dawkins. I welcome this – partly because Dawkins is an excellent communicator. But also because it’s about time some of the current ideas … Continue reading
In February 1943 Erwin Schrödinger, delivered a seminal lecture, entitled ‘What is Life?’, under the auspices of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies, in Trinity College, Dublin. This was published as a book – What is Life? Craig Venter revisited … Continue reading
Such titles always bring euthanasia to my mind, but I realise that is my perspective – I am just so much close to the problem of dying with dignity than I am to problems related to death and quality of … Continue reading
Here is an interesting research report How Secular Humanists (and Everyone Else) Subsidize Religion in the United States. OK it looks at the United States and the data is not directly relevant here, in new Zealand. But the principles certainly … Continue reading