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By Gary Z McGee Source: Waking Times “Philosophical thinking that doesn’t do violence to one’s settled mind is no philosophical thinking at all.” ~Rebecca Goldstein Comfort zones are a curious thing. So warm and secure. So safe and reassuring. So … Continue reading

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Reality Tunnels: How to Control & Re-Program Your Mind

By Jack Fox-Williams Source: Waking Times When I was in secondary school, a teacher showed me an animated optical illusion in which a dancer appears to be spinning in one direction. I was adamant that the dancer was spinning clockwise, … Continue reading

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Arguments Against Despair

By David Edwards Source: Media Lens Eliot Jacobson is a retired professor of mathematics and computer science who regularly appears on our Twitter feed discussing the climate crisis. He sends tweets under the grim title, ‘Your “moment of doom” for … Continue reading

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Rage Against The War Machine: What Rage? ‘When Will They Ever Learn?’

By Robert J. Burrowes In his iconic 1950s anti-war hit song ‘Where Have All the Flowers Gone?’, Pete Seeger posed the eternal question about war: ‘when will they ever learn?’ Of course, Seeger’s question was primarily directed at those individuals … Continue reading

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By Mickey Z. Source: Waking Times “Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” ~Oscar Wilde There are now over eight billion people on the planet. We each have a different psychophysiological reaction to any given stimuli, no matter how minute … Continue reading

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We Are Being Smashed Politically, Economically, Medically and Technologically by the Elite’s ‘Great Reset’: Why? How Do We Fight Back Effectively?

By Robert J. Burrowes Since the dawn of human civilization 5,000 years ago, ordinary people like you and me have been engaged in an endless struggle to resist efforts by elites, whether local, national, international or global, to assert complete … Continue reading

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Inside the Iron Cage

By Edward Curtin Source: Behind the Curtain “No one knows who will live in this [iron] cage in the future….”– Max Weber, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism I would prefer not to relay the following very strange story … Continue reading

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By Dylan Charles Source: Waking Times At the cutting edge of science and technology today is artificial intelligence and robotics, which are being driven by ever-increasing computational speeds made possible by quantum computing. When the capacity of technological computation rivals the … Continue reading

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