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#Eugenics #Austerity:Beware #Fascism

February 28, 2016


Adam Perkins, Conservative narratives and neuro-neoliberalism via @RevolutionBreeze

#NaturePhotography #Buterflies

December 23, 2014


“The Common Map (Cyrestis thyodamas) is a species of nymphalid butterfly found in South Asia and Southeast Asia. Classy looking critter!” – How to Be, Book Author

#Plants #Sex #Reproduction #Photography

September 9, 2014


Review: #TheHarrowedPath – Journey through #Schizophrenia – #JohnDWMacdonald

July 29, 2014


KIRKUS REVIEW In his debut memoir with poems, Macdonald looks back on his schizophrenic breakdown at age 21 and his subsequent healing. In this short, deeply affecting book, the author describes how his directionless confusion in 1972 developed into tormented guilt, as he increasingly began to believe that he was a failure, a sinner and […]

Analysis of how #Social Darwinism links #Nazism and #ConservativeParty

July 26, 2014


This is a very serious analytical article which should be read with equally serious attention and thoughtfulness Johndwmacdonald “…We know from history that a society which isn’t founded on the basic principles of equality, decency, dignity and mutual respect is untenable and unthinkable.” “…Those ideas, once explicitly endorsed are now implicitly captured in policies and […]

Stunning #Spider #Nature #Photography

February 22, 2014


Photograph by Carsten Tuss

The Miraculous Intelligence of the #HermitCrab

February 8, 2014


#Earth from the Moon #Photography #Beauty

February 5, 2014


“Any Intelligent Fool” – Albert #Einstein

December 31, 2013

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#MedicalResearch #Children Slower than their #Parents Were

November 27, 2013


Many children cannot run as fast as their parents could when they were young, a study of global fitness says. Experts say the work – being presented at the American Heart Association’s annual meeting – suggests children’s fitness levels may be declining. Researchers analysed data spanning 46 years and involving more than 25 million children […]

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