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Graves, Ralph. The Lost Eagles.

NY: Knopf, 1955.

Graves was primarily a print journalist — eventually editorial director and managing editor of both Life and Time magazines — but he also wrote a few novels along the way, most of them now forgotten. 351 more words

Character Study

"Into Great Silence: A Memoir of Discovery and Loss among Vanishing Orcas" by Eva Saulitis

“To see the world in a grain of sand
and heaven in a flower
hold infinity in the palm of your hand
and eternity in an hour.”

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Human Animal Relationship

Transhumanism

It sounds like something out of a sci-fi movie – being able to “upload” our minds to computers to live on after we die, to freeze our bodies only to bring them back in the future, or to pop pills to enhance our mood and intelligence. 937 more words

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Mexico - It feels like home

I have been thinking a lot lately. As most of you know, I am living on a tiny island in Mexico now. Isla Holbox, a place where mosquitos ate me alive during the first two months and the only thing I wanted was to get away from. 618 more words

Mexico

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Starting the Scribbles

As a lover of science from a young age, I understand how important the media’s portrayal of new discoveries is to engage the next generation of scientists. 184 more words

Science

T.S. Eliot and the Anthropology of the Primitive (Public lecture, 9th September)

Come and join us at the next lecture in our Late Summer Lectures series, at which Dugyu Senocak will peer behind the scenes of T.S. Eliot’s groundbreaking modernist poem, … 270 more words

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