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The thing I love today: Justice / Coisa que amo hoje: Justiça

The gang-rape case in Rio de Janeiro and the Pakistani parliament

The planet earth was fortunate enough to have hosted important spiritual leaders throughout its long journey of around 4,5 billion years. 1,474 more words


From Bystander to Responder: An Invitation

This is a guest post written by my friend Heidi Kellar. Heidi and I have been working with a team of friends to raise awareness about the largest humanitarian crisis in our world right now.
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Newton's Law

If theres one thing I’ve learned this semester its that physics rules everything around me.

Newtons first law
An object tends to remain motionless until an external force acts on it… 504 more words


Moral Equivalence just before Memorial Day. How "convenient."

You know, it takes a lot for me to put a politically themed post on my blog. I tend to avoid them like the plague, namely because like many other subjects, politics can be a highly charged, highly emotional thing. 599 more words


Requiem For the American Dream

REQUIEM FOR THE AMERICAN DREAM is the definitive discourse with Noam Chomsky, widely regarded as the most important intellectual alive, on the defining characteristic of our time – the deliberate concentration of wealth and power in the hands of a select few.

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What Are We To Remember on Memorial Day?

Memorial Day invites us to “Remember” the many veterans of wars long fought, who have been killed. Lives that held so much promise, cut far to short by the horrors of war. 504 more words