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The Havoc of Mass Extinction or Computer Y2K Bugs?

I just felt to look up mass extinction.  I then thought of Y2K the computer bug that was feared to create havoc in 2000.

I see the choice between the incessant new market pathology of information technology versus turning the computers off and actually going outside to check the weather.  Then getting active… Continue reading

Why do more Men than Women write about Science & Technology

This is one perspective from the Conversation.  I will share my perspective beneath as it comes to me.

Editor’s note

Our Science and Technology stories are hugely popular – but who writes them? Academics, yes – and more men than women.

Only 28% of authors writing on science and technology for The Conversation in… Continue reading

Privatising Public Space to Realise Peace is Freedom

I’ve just been told by a waitress that if I don’t buy coffee I do not have the right to be in a space I thought was public.  I was to discover it had been corporatized.  I sat back and thought of all those people who do not have money who are increasingly… Continue reading

Single Shooters Training as Gaming in Violent Video Games?

I was undertaking research into arms traffickers given a documentary I found by chance. I felt intuitively a connection with the US shooting and military weapons. I felt intuitively for the arms industry and profit making out of violence which encourages its existence. Then by chance I find a violent video game and… Continue reading

Biko, Apart-heid and Raising Consciousness

I found a song by Peter Gabriel about Steve Biko the African actvist for non-racism in South Africa.  I saw the movie many years ago and felt deeply saddened by the plight of Africans.  Oppression is a word I can type but one can only know this when they are looked at in… Continue reading

The Philosopher’s Stone Transforms Homeless Angels

This is dedicated to my many teachers who see differently to me.  I allow the indifference and call it love. For I have learned to love myself.

 

The Philosopher’s Stone Transforms Homeless Angels

 

What is the truth that sets you free?

To be who you are,

Without censure.

 

We live in… Continue reading

Mohandas Gandhi

“The weak can never forgive. Forgiveness is the attribute of the strong.”

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