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The Technological Paradox of Suffering

“Sometimes, indeed, he left marks in writing on the barks of the trees, or cut in stone, that guided me, and instigated my fury. ‘My reign is not yet over,’ (these words were legible in one of these inscriptions); ‘you live and my power is complete. 285 more words

Frankenstein's Godlike Science (11/9, 11/16)

Yanis Varoufakis and Brexit speech ...

Yanis Varoufakis, I admire your books and the brave stand you take in world politics.

Talking to My Daughter About the Economy” is one of the greatest books that I have read on economics, which nicely explains world market conditions and capitalism in simpler words. 177 more words

UK News & Politics

Royal Society Public Engagement Training

Here are some upcoming training opportunities for early-mid career scientists.

You can find out more about specific courses at the links below, or register for any of the courses here:  142 more words

Calling all scientists – enjoy unrestricted access to all Royal Society journals until 29th October

To honour Open Access Week the Royal Society is offering Open Access to all their journal content until 29 November 2017. The Royal Society publishes a range of journals covering the life science, biological sciences and physical sciences. 182 more words

Open Access

"Nobody owns life, but anyone who can pick up a frying pan owns death"*...

The kitchen is well equipped and stocked. There’s a stove, a refrigerator full of food, a table with a rolling pin and a bowl, and a sink with Ivory soap.

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The curious patterns of Wikipedia growth

Wikipedia is arguably the number one source of information online for the speakers of many languages. But not all the different language editions are developed equally. 642 more words

Wikipedia