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Evidence, can be Wrong, Depends on what you do with it?

Evidence, can be Wrong, Depends on what you do with it?

This is in fact a very old argument, facts are indifferent to values in life, called ethics, morals. 581 more words


Day 696: Thanksgiving Connections

An hour or two (but who’s counting?) before we on the east coast of the USA connected to Thanksgiving 2014, I connected to Mark Bialczak… 290 more words

Personal Growth

Fest Deiz

Fest Deiz in the small coastal town of La Trinité sur Mer, Brittany, France. Fest Deiz – and Fest Noz, of which Fest Deiz is quite simply the daytime version – are traditional Breton dance festivals/gatherings, the origins of which date back hundreds of years. 92 more words


La dignidad no tiene precio

El banco del que soy cliente, una empresa solvente de IBEX, me retiene un cheque conformado de otra entidad bancaria, también miembro del IBEX, expedido por otra compañía del IBEX que quiere pagarme. 338 more words


Hauntingly Beautiful

Cinematographer Danny Cooke spent a week with his guide Yevgein, known as the Stalker, exploring Chernobyl and the city of Prypiat, Ukraine. He came back with a haunting and beautiful video which is essentially a time capsule of the city, frozen by a devastating nuclear disaster that occurred nearly 30 years ago. 191 more words


Photojournalism Daily: Nov. 27, 2014

Today’s daily Photojournalism Links collection highlights Philip Montgomery‘s work from Ferguson, Mo., following the announcement that a grand jury declined to indict white police officer Darren Wilson in the August shooting death of unarmed black teenager Michael Brown. 237 more words

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