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How history can teach us what to expect from Eugenics

How history can teach us what to expect from Eugenics

When talking about the human genome, probably the least subject that comes to our minds is history. After all, genetics is a state of the art science, and new discoveries can only be possible by using the latest technology available. However, don’t you remember one of the last ‘genetic experiments’ that took place about a century ago and its disastrous[Read More…]

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Once a Hero of Journalism, Now Accused “Collaborator”

It is often said that “no man is an island,” however that sentiment can hardly be felt by Julian Assange right now. Once lauded by his journalistic peers for being a courageous voice for independence and truth in the media, the same voices are now singing quite a different tune; portraying him as a criminal and a menace to society[Read More…]

Is “Divide and Conquer” the Right Strategy for NATO (and the World)?

Is “Divide and Conquer” the Right Strategy for NATO (and the World)?

“Divide and conquer,” or more accurately put, “Divide impera.” It was a strategy employed by the Roman Emperor Julius Cesar to weaken and then obliterate any who endeavored to stand against his ever-sprawling Roman Empire. While divisions may produce short-term results, in the end they invariably lead to a complete detachment from reality. Hitler also used an “us versus them”[Read More…]

Will Weighing Passengers Cut Carbon Emissions At The Airport?

Will Weighing Passengers Cut Carbon Emissions At The Airport?

As if the pre-screen and security process at the airport wasn’t long enough, now it may become even more of a process before you ever get to board the plane. Being weighed before you board the plane. Sure, some passengers may feel that their privacy and personal space is being violated, and to be honest, they’re probably right. Most aircraft[Read More…]

Refugee Camp Based In Samos Greece Is Pure Prison

Refugee Camp Based In Samos Greece Is Pure Prison

Sharing beds with family members, cots within feet from the next family, lack of privacy, and a whole lot of other hell-like conditions. Imagine the pure fear and shame that the refugee families feel as they take cover in their gray blankets hanging over their bed for privacy. The long hours of waiting just to use the restroom. Waiting four[Read More…]