Monthly Archives: June 2013

On the Clash of Cultures


It is no secret that there are overt confrontations between extremist Islamic fundamentalist-activists and Western, Christian, and other cultures. This has led to the idea of the clash of civilizations. Because the extremists of one particular religious group are more … Continue reading

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On the relevance and irrelevance of binary logic


Binary logic, formulated and inspired by Aristotle, says essentially that If statement A is true, then the contrary statement B cannot be true, that everything has to be  either A or B, with no other possibility. It is true that … Continue reading

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Whom to Trust?


Keith Fuglie posted on  30 May 2013 | 17:21 GMT “Despite the global food crisis of 2007–8, the coming famine hasn’t happened yet. It is a looming planetary emergency…it is arriving even faster than climate change.” That’s the vision of … Continue reading

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