Monthly Archives: October 2007

Where did I come from? How did I get here?


  The Basic Fundamental Questions. The Two Most Fundamental Questions.   The most important question anyone can ever ask! To never ask this question and to not have a satisfactory answer, you may as well be dead!   Knowing the answer for yourself, "You never will again be a … Continue reading

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Going Global. The Migration Of Anatomically Modern Humans.


  http://www.newscientist.com   Copies at Tesco Supermarket.

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Love, Sex and God.


  The only thing we can do is to hazard a hypothesis, to create a mythological figure, call it "human personality", and hope that circumstances will not by destroying us, prove our imaginative guesswork too hopelessly wrong. But myth for … Continue reading

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The 40th Anniversary of the Abortion Act. BBC Radio 4. Today Programme.


  LISTEN AGAIN Today’s Top Stories 0709 Four people have died in an accident off the coast of Portugal. 0730 Should we be worried by the new tone America has taken towards Iran? 0750 Is the Catholic Church softening its position … Continue reading

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BBC NEWS | Technology | Skies to be swept for alien life


      The switch has been thrown on a telescope specifically designed to seek out alien life. Funded by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, the finished array will have 350 six-metre antennas and will be one of the world’s largest. The … Continue reading

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Talking about Dangerous Ideas.


  Quote Dangerous Ideas. Starting with the deceptively simple story of an ant, Dan Dennett unleashes a dazzling sequence of ideas, making a powerful case for the existence of "memes" — a term coined by Richard Dawkins for mental concepts … Continue reading

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Bradford Peverell, Dorset, England


  http://thedorsetpage.com/locations/Place/B260.htm

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