Codex Liberalis: With Brandon Simpson on the Libertarian Lessons of South Park Hear from Brandon Simpson author of The Libertarian Lessons of South Park. Brandon shares his views on libertarianism and why he wrote the book. We also talk… (1) Continue reading →
In the wake of all the jabs about trade sanctions, trampoline launches and a space station pullout, America’s dependence on Russian space hardware is suddenly looking like a bad idea. But Rand Simberg, a self-described recovering aerospace engineer, says policymakers should have seen it coming
Listen Where science and religion meet 38min 1sec -Book cover courtesy of publisher Amir Aczel: Mathematician, writer and research fellow at Boston University In his latest book, Amir Aczel counters conventional wisdom often associated with the New Atheist movement and the existence of God. In “Why Science Does Not Disprove God,” Aczel says science and religion do not need to be at odds. His book takes a critical look at scientists like Richard Dawkins and Lawrence Krauss who use science to disprove the existence of God.
Years of Living Dangerously The American cable network Showtime recently made a bold, eye-opening documentary series about climate change, in which investigative journalists and Hollywood actors (Matt Damon, Jessica Alba, Harrison Ford, to name a few) explore the real-world impact of our planets rising CO2 levels. This impressive video podcast strand features an array of snippets and bonus footage from each episode
London (PRWEB) May 17, 2014 In his new book, Far More than We Think: Making Sense of Spirituality (published by Balboa Press), author Michael Angelo Le Houx offers readers a fusion of contemporary and ancient wisdom, scientific fact and personal experience to help prove that everyone is capable of far more than they think. Le Houx delicately yet honestly addresses the challenges of his former life, through seven compelling sections that build to a conclusion that there is more to existence than may have been previously thought possible.
The Second Amendment: A Biography Attorney and former assistant to President Clinton Michael Waldman discusses his book The Second Amendment, which presents the life story of this controversial and misunderstood provision of… By: US National Archives (1) Continue reading →
NSA leaks View all In his new book No Place to Hide, Glenn Greenwald revealed a number of additional details onthe craft and tools used by the NSA and its British counterpart, the GCHQ. While many of the capabilities and activities Greenwald details in the book were previously published in reports drawing from Edward Snowdens vast haul of NSA documents, a number of new pieces of information have come to lightincluding the NSAs and GCHQs efforts to use airlines in-flight data service to track and surveil targeted passengers in real time. The systemscodenamed Homing Pigeon by the NSA and Thieving Magpie by the GCHQallowed the agencies to track which aircraft individuals under surveillance boarded based on their phone data
The Cushion in the Road ALICE WALKER, THE NEW PRESS, $22.99 | The World Will Follow Joy, ALICE WALKER, THE NEW PRESS, $18.99 Powerful polemicist: Alice Walker challenges readers to end literary segregation.
DENMARK: WW3 – NATO Secretary General and Prime Minister of Japan 2013 April DENMARK – OLD AND NEW TESTAMENT – BIBLE PROPHECY BIBLE CALLS THE ANTICHRIST GOVERNMENT PERIOD. (7 YEAR PERIOD) AND 3 TH TEMPLE IN JERUSALEM About this we can read in the book… By: DENMARK BE READY: THE COMING OF JESUS CHRIST – SON OF GOD (1) Continue reading →
A Transhuman or trans-human is an intermediary form between the human and the hypothetical posthuman. The etymology of the term “transhuman” goes back to French philosopher Pierre Teilhard de Chardin who wrote in his 1949 book The Future of Mankind: Liberty: that is to say, the chance offered to every man (by removing obstacles and placing the appropriate means at his disposal) of ‘trans-humanizing’ himself by developing his potentialities to the fullest extent. And in a 1951 unpublished revision of the same book: In consequence one is the less disposed to reject as unscientific the idea that the critical point of planetary Reflection, the fruit of socialization, far from being a mere spark in the darkness, represents our passage, by Translation or dematerialization, to another sphere of the Universe: not an ending of the ultra-human but its accession to some sort of trans-humanity at the ultimate heart of things.
Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) May 08, 2014 Thomas Chermack, Assistant Professor at Colorado State University and Founder and Director of the Scenario Planning Institute, asks the question: Whats the value of a single strategic insight that allows you to avoid some catastrophic event? Futurist Jack Uldrich makes a living talking with people about the answers to that very question.
Transcendence: 4 City Tour http://www.normanrosenthal.com/ Transcendence: 4 City Tour was a tour that Norman Rosenthal did around the launch of his book, “Transcendence, Healing and Transformation through Transcendental… By: Norman Rosenthal (1) Continue reading →
Achieving STEEEP Health Care Receives Shingo Research Award n his book, Ballard tells the story of Baylor Health Care System's (BHCS) journey of improving quality. He offers strategies and lessons in the areas of peop… By: Shingo Institute (1) Continue reading →
Losgainter beach in the Outer Hebrides was once mistakenly used in a Thai tourism brochure [BNPS] Travel writer Daniel Start has compiled a list of the 400 best secret beaches in the country after ten years of research. And the results, published in his book Hidden Beaches, show the beautiful bays and coves hidden right under our noses.
In my work with the elderly, I have noticed how spirituality affects them. Every person has spiritual hunger, but many dont see it as such. Some come into old age with the traditional model of faith and find satisfaction and security in it.
Impact of history on bioethics: abortion, eugenics, human testing abortion University of Wollongong Associate Professor Sarah Ferber, Faculty of Law, Humanities and the Arts, has released her book “Bioethics in Historical Perspectiv… By: UOWTV Multimedia (1) Continue reading →