Future of Fusion and Clean Energy Power – MIT Week – Popular Mechanics

  MIT Fights for Clean Power With Holy Grail of Fusion in ReachIn the first part of a week-long series at the breakthrough university, our resident geek looks down the belly of extreme machines with forces some 100,000 times stronger than the Earth's—and forecasts the future of efficient energy. By Erik Sofge Published on: February... Continue Reading →


app – India test-firing of nuclear-capable missile to start arms race

  India test-firing of nuclear-capable missile to start arms race KARACHI, Feb 27 (APP): The test-firing of a nuclear-capable missile by India on Tuesday “is going to start a new arms race in the region”.This was stated by the Chief of the Naval Staff Admiral Muhammad Afzal Tahir.He was talking to media on the occasion... Continue Reading →

Z Magazine – We Own The World

  We Own The World Adapted from a Z Media Institute talk, June 2007 January, 01 2008 By Noam Chomsky printer friendly version Chomsky's ZSpace page You all know, of course, there was an election—what is called “an election” in the United States—last November. There was really one issue in the election, what to do... Continue Reading →

Stock exchange for ‘grid’ computing?

  Stock exchange for 'grid' computing? You might soon be selling your spare computer power over the internet, or perhaps buying in extra resources to solve a tricky problem. In either case, network administration used to be a stumbling block – until European researchers developed a successful free-market approach to grid computing. As you read... Continue Reading →

Can There Be an Islamic Democracy?

Review Essay by David Bukay Middle East Quarterly Spring 2007 Are Islam and democracy compatible? A large literature has developed arguing that Islam has all the ingredients of modern state and society. Many Muslim intellectuals seek to prove that Islam enshrines democratic values. But rather than lead the debate, they often follow it, peppering their... Continue Reading →

On Liberty

 On Liberty By John Stewart Mill  "Strange it is, that men should admit the validity of the arguments for free discussion, but object to their being "pushed to an extreme;" not seeing that unless the reasons are good for an extreme case, they are not good for any case. Strange that they should imagine that... Continue Reading →

Israel News : Republican Jewish Coalition responsible for mailing anti-Muslim film

  Republican Jewish Coalition responsible for mailing anti-Muslim film Filed under Israeli politics, Anti-Semitism, Islam, Islamic history and culture, Christian Zionism, Jewish diaspora, Opinion Editorials, Jewish organisations worldwide, Islamophobia, Israel's borders, Palestinian politics, Religious extremism, US elections, Christian Fundamentalism - on Tuesday, February 19, 2008 - By: Beliak, Rabbi The Republican Jewish Coalition is responsible... Continue Reading →

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