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What You See is What You Know: How to Overcome the Grave Dangers of Human Myopia

The corollary to the first part of this essay’s title is also true: what you don’t see is what you don’t know – and often don’t care about, either. 3,423 more words

Act II: Free-Market Folly: Why Economics Is Not A Science

Frankenstein: It's Complicated

Even if you have never read Mary Shelley’s novel Frankenstein, you know the name. The image of the monster (perhaps of the scene when it comes to life, lightning crashing, the mad scientist screaming, “It’s alive!”). 1,000 more words

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FRANKENSTEIN's Monster 2000 Boris Karloff 1:6 Action Figure Sideshow Universal Monster

“Look! It’s moving. It’s alive. It’s alive, IT’S ALIVE!” Hard to believe that Mary Shelley wrote her masterpiece about the human condition 200 years ago. It still stands as a fresh and thought provoking tome about life… and a life beyond the tomb. 214 more words

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Books I Want to Read Before the End of 2016

I don’t usually establish to be read lists. However, now that we are in the last quarter of the year, there are some books I really want to read before 2016 comes to an end. 384 more words

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Movie Review: The Frankenstein Theory (2013)

In horror the word ‘absurd’ or ‘stupid’ should never come to mind in regards to the story. It’s a genre that gives as much freedom to create as a person can imagine. 550 more words

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