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You Must Obey The Speed Limit

The universe has a speed limit. In a vacuum, the fastest anything can travel is 299,792,458 meters/second. This speed limit applies to all… 998 more words


About Hacking Team's RCS

Remote Control System (RCS) is a suite from the Italian company Hacking Team that provides all the functionalities that governmental interception needs. RCS, like softwares as FinFisher, is likely to provide a scalable, os-wide, spyware infrastructure. 639 more words

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Experience II: The Lifeworld; the pregiven foreground of a theorised empirical world


The Lifeworld,[1] has been regarded by many commentators as both pivotal to Husserl’s phenomenology and a profound philosophical discovery in its own right[2]. Others might argue that it constitutes instead an adaptation of Heidegger’s being-in-the-world?[3] In this section I focus on its elaboration in… 3,819 more words



Hymns. White togas. Tears. Happiness. Memories. Graduation.

All good things must come to an end. Yep, it has finally ended. Four of being battered and smothered in thick sheets of research papers; four years of being drenched in sweat (and, I hope not, blood); four years of unforgettable memories. 916 more words


Ain't that the truth?!

,,Wine is sunlight, held together by water.”
Italian scientist and philosopher Galileo Galilei


Hundreds of Parents Turn Out to Protest Charlotte High School's Anti-Gay Nun

The backlash against Sr. Jane Dominic Laurel’s lecture at Charlotte Catholic High School has been swift since last week she suggested homosexuality is caused by failed parenting and masturbation, and linked same-gender couples to child abuse. 663 more words


freecatholic808 reblogged this on Dawn Morais and commented:

One argument that has been presented for the new contracts for teachers in Catholic schools in Hawaii is that people are not sufficiently aware of the Church's teaching on issues like homosexuality. This report on what happened at Charlotte Catholic High School once again reminds us that urging people to remain in the closet to conform to where the institutional church is on the subject of homosexuality is not unlike the church's silencing of Galileo while it took a few hundred years to catch up with science.

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