Category Archives: War

Let’s See What’s in the News Today (Apr. 14, 2015)

Aesthetics A cool video of 100 years of beauty in Korea.  It gets surreal when it hits the 1950s:  Economics The more you live in a place with income inequality, the more likely people will purchase items to give them … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today (March 16, 2015)

Aesthetics Terminally ill patients went to Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam as their dying wish. Climate Global warming may result in a 50% increase of lightening strikes in the US in upcoming years. Culture If you googled “how much does a _____ cost?” … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 10/09/2011

Ethics A new game called SPENT puts you in the position of a person who’s going to be homeless person.  The makers of the game says that their goal is to challenge the way you think about poverty and homelessness.The goal … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 09/11/2011

Anti-Natalism This may be a solution to anti-natalism. Education Do you need extra help?  No worries.  There are various people with virtual office hours to help you out. Epistemology How to change people’s minds.  (now in blogroll) Politics Statistically, you … Continue reading

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Theories for the Middle East Conflict

As promised from a previous post, I would present some theories or models as to why there’s a huge conflict in the Middle East.  These aren’t my views.  They are views that I have picked up over time and have … Continue reading

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What War with Iran Means

by Pat Buchanan.  (Thanks to Prof. Hand for providing this link.) What an impressive article!  The comments at the end are enlightening as well.  Basically, Buchanan states that a war with Iran would be completely disastrous and it would just … Continue reading

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What I’ve Learned this Past Year — 2009 Edition

Instead of doing New Years Resolutions, I’ve decided to look in the past and see how I’ve learned.  To me, if one hasn’t learned things within the past year, then it’s as if one hasn’t gained wisdom.  And if that’s … Continue reading

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Fareed Zakaria: The Way Out of Afghanistan

As you know, I’m a big fan of Zakaria and I agree mostly with his policies about international affairs.  He has recently come up with an interesting article about how to deal with the troubles in Afghanistan: we buy off … Continue reading

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Requiem for the Right, Health Care Myths, and How to Love the Bomb

In this weeks Newsweek, there were three interesting articles.  I’ll put them forth and express my opinion as well. Requiem for the Right This article talks about how the political right must do some drastic changes or else the Republican … Continue reading

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Book Review: The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder by Vincent Bugliosi

The title itself should immediately grab your eyes.  But first, let me give you some info on Bugliosi. As a state prosecutor in Los Angeles, Bugliosi prosecuted Charles Manson and members of his “family” for the 1969 murders of Sharon … Continue reading

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