Monthly Archives: September 2012


Eleven years on. For some, the memory fades. It seems like the wounds may have finally begun to heal. Maybe it’s time to look to other things. Only for some. I cannot speak for anyone but myself, but I can … Continue reading

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Philosophy: Thinking about radically extended life

David Ewing Duncan recently gave a TED interview about the possibilities–and problems–created by the fact that we are figuring out how to radically extend life as part of his promotion of his new book When I’m 164: The new science … Continue reading Continue reading

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Why I Am Pro-Life

Or, “Stop Insisting that I Hate Women and Thump Bibles Just Because I Take a Viewpoint You Oppose.” A guest post by Pete Hitzeman   I am a Christian. I am a conservative. I am Pro-Life. But I am not … Continue reading

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Science and Technology: Why the Apple verdict represents the worst of innovation

I’ve been thinking for a while now about why the recent patent verdict in favor of Apple irritates me so much. It’s not that I don’t think intellectual property should be protected, because I think it should. It’s not that I don’t think Apple should not be able to profit from the things it invents, because I […] Continue reading

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