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In our hurry to conquer nature and death, we have made a new religion of science

By Jonathan Cook Source: Jonathan Cook Blog Back in the 1880s, the mathematician and theologian Edwin Abbott tried to help us better understand our world by describing a very different one he called Flatland. Imagine a world that is not … Continue reading

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Mother Earth May Have Good Reason to Slaughter Us

By Jack Balkwill Source: Dissident Voice Decades ago James Lovelock constructed a principle called the Gaia hypothesis, contending that a biosphere teeming with life works together with inorganic matter to self-regulate conditions for maintaining a livable planet. The oxygen levels … Continue reading

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