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Electric Cars - Why The Rush?

Last year the European Parliament approved a law to ban the sale of any new car with a combustion engine by 2035. This includes petrol, diesel and hybrid vehicles, so in just eleven years we will only be able to purchase electric vehicles (EVs). This is thought to be beneficial for the envir... READ MORE

Published: 15/06/2024

IMAGINE: Envisioning a More Beautiful World

John Lennon wrote the classic song “Imagine” in 1971, and its final verse had an inspirational message: “You may say I’m a dreamer, but I’m not the only one. I hope someday you’ll join us, and the world will live as one.” Those of us who envision the possibility of a more beautiful world are... READ MORE

Published: 15/04/2024

In Search of the Truth

Democracy depends on freedom of the press and expression, but traditional media has lost credibility. Social media is increasingly being used as a source of information, but its power over freedom of expression poses problems. Regulating them raises challenges about who decides what is misin... READ MORE

Published: 15/02/2024

Nuclear Energy: The Best Alternative?

It is estimated that by 2040 global use of electricity will be more than double what it is today – and some experts say it will be triple. Not only is the world’s population growing, but we are being pushed to switch to electric cars. There are over 1.4 trillion cars in the world, with 700 m... READ MORE

Artificial Intelligence

🤖 Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been part of our lives, but it recently stands out with chatbots like ChatGPT. These respond to questions in a human-like manner and can even write code. AI promises efficiency in sectors like health and the environment but also poses risks such as job loss... READ MORE

Published: 15/06/2023

Big Pharma: The Real Drug Problem

Big Pharma, the pharmaceutical giants, generated revenues of 1.2 trillion euros last year, driven by government payments for COVID vaccines. Is it ethical for them to profit so much from illness? These corporations seek perpetual customers, not actual health. They control doctors, promote dr... READ MORE

Published: 15/12/2022

The Mystery of Creation

How did the universe begin? While science points to the Big Bang, is it plausible that everything emerged randomly from a speck of matter? Integrating traditional beliefs in a deity with the materialistic scientific perspective may offer a more complete understanding. Some propose consciousn... READ MORE

Published: 11/10/2022

Looking at Life After Covid

Since March 2020, the global response to Covid-19 has impacted health, livelihoods, and freedoms. Possible post-Covid scenarios include a return to an "almost old normal" with worsened income inequality and increased surveillance. Another vision is the World Economic Forum's "Great Reset," p... READ MORE

Published: 12/06/2022

CO-HOUSING: A New Way of Living

In response to the fast-paced world, co-housing communities offer an alternative approach. Independent residents collaborate in designing and operating sustainable neighborhoods, promoting shared values and harmonious living. Originating in Denmark in the '60s, this concept has seen a recent... READ MORE

Published: 10/04/2022

Toward a Four Day Work Week

In recent decades, global changes in work nature, driven by globalization, automation, and digitalization, have led to a reevaluation of the traditional five-day workweek. Experimenting with a four-day workweek has gained traction globally, with companies aiming to enhance both employee sati... READ MORE

Published: 07/10/2021

Martin Luther King: The Dream of Justice

MLK dedicated his life to racial and social justice, becoming a prominent leader in the US civil rights movement from 1955 to 1968. Born in 1929, his story links back to 1619, the year when African slaves first arrived in the American colonies. King's activism was inspired by Gandhi's nonvio... READ MORE

Published: 02/08/2021

Forbidden History

Did human civilization truly begin 5,200 years ago as taught, or is there a more mysterious history waiting to be uncovered? Conventional archaeologists point to the Fertile Crescent around the Tigris-Euphrates River valley, but recent findings challenge this notion. The 1536 Piri Reis Map a... READ MORE

Published: 08/06/2021

The Genius of Einstein

Albert Einstein, the icon of genius, revolutionized physics with his Theory of Relativity and the famous equation E=mc^2. His brilliant mind emerged from a young age, challenging traditional education. He won the Nobel, fled Nazi persecution, and advocated for peace and racial justice. Beyon... READ MORE

Published: 03/09/2021

The Covid Vaccines

COVID-19 policies stirred various attitudes on vaccination. From enthusiastic acceptance to hesitancy, people fall on a spectrum. To achieve herd immunity, about 75% need vaccination. Traditional vaccines (live, inactivated, subunit) teach the immune system to fight viruses. Modern mRNA vacc... READ MORE

Published: 08/02/2021

Reflections on Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic unfolded gradually, with initial perceptions of minimal threat evolving into a global crisis. Questions surround the virus's origin, with speculation about a laboratory connection. Governments, facing unprecedented challenges, implemented varying degrees of lockdown. Th... READ MORE

Published: 31/08/2020

Universal Basic Income

Universal Basic Income (UBI), providing a guaranteed minimum salary for every citizen throughout their adult life, sparks debates among economists. Advocates emphasize its potential to reduce inequality, replace existing systems, and stimulate the economy. Skeptics fear costs and potential w... READ MORE

Published: 12/03/2021


Facebook has become one of the world’s largest companies by offering people a place where they can share what they are thinking and doing. Despite the recent controversy swirling around the company and its founder Mark Zuckerberg, the social media giant keeps growing, and as of April 2020 it... READ MORE

Published: 15/04/2019

Science and Spirituality

Rapid advancements in technology, and easy access to massive amounts of information, have drastically changed the way that we live. Things that we take for granted today (smartphones, GPS, Google, etc.) would have been considered impossible miracles just a few decades ago. Our world continue... READ MORE

Published: 15/04/2019

Hope for a Brighter Future

If you get most of your information from the mainstream media then it is very easy to think that the world is in terrible shape. TV, newspapers and the internet focus our attention on negative events like the wars in Syria, Yemen, Myanmar and beyond. Every day we are told to be afraid of ter... READ MORE

Published: 15/12/2018

MUHAMMAD ALI: 1942-2016


Published: 15/10/2016

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