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A POEM FOR CHANGE AND LIBERATION IN A TIME WITH TOO MANY POEMS IN THE NAME OF CHANGE AND LIBERATION

First we thought that there was only one divine being, the interlocutor with god, we named him the king. Then we realized that we were all kings, and thereby entitled to the spoils of the earth in the same gratuitous display, so we industrialized nature, and raped her. 290 more words

Life

Toulouse and Tarn 3

Muséum de Toulouse. (I can only speculate as to why they don’t they use the French word musée.) I had no idea what kind of museum this was going to be; it was just a means of staying dry as far as I was concerned. 613 more words

Photography

Another lousy article on epigenetics, this time in the New York Review of Books

I don’t know who the New York Review of Books is getting to vet its biology articles, but this one below (free access) is really confusing. 1,688 more words

Evolution

WND: One of Their Best Creationist Articles Ever

Once again, dear reader, our ever-vigilant Drool-o-tron™, with its blaring sirens and flashing lights, compelled us to notice the blinking letters of its wall display, which said… 828 more words

Evolution

First Post

Hello, after so long!

That time of the year when the summer has paced down and the monsoon is yet to catch up, the season of mango showers (rather pre-monsoon rainfall) sets the perfect stage for the buoyant beacon to break the hibernation and emerge. 261 more words

A Space Of My Own

Chuuni Sensei & The Dragon of Chaos 

(Originally posted on March 16, 2018)


“Unbelievably Cool” sculptures of “entwined serpents that merge as dragon of chaos that manifests itself as nature and culture”. 2,413 more words

How to save quality journalism: three takeaways

“Fake news”, GAFA, new technologies, media conglomerates, censorship, are just a few recent developments among many that transform journalism today. Whether the profession will thrive or disappear in the future is yet to be determined. 689 more words

Future