In his new book “The Doomsday Machine” Daniel Ellsberg warns that the aftermath of a nuclear exchange could spell the end of humanity.
It is philosophically possible to infer that the experiences of the present moment cannot exist.
Fermi’s Paradox, asks a simple question: If the universe is so large, and contains so many stars, why is it not teeming with life?
In an excellent interview with the Daily Grail, author Alan Moore talks about the spirits of a place, time and simultaneity, and how the ephemeral artifacts of the current times are making it harder for the next generation to be imaginatively creative – something we should all be worried about.
Today is Earth Day, an annual event celebrated on the 22nd April. It was first celebrated in 1970 and promotes support for environmental protection issues around the world. Events are promoted globally in more than 190 countries.
International Women’s Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. The day also marks a call to action for accelerating gender parity.
George Orwell’s seminal novel, 1984, is back at the top of the best seller lists and is currently number one on Amazon.
Ideal Platonic forms don’t exist in the universe – they are the product of the human mind only.