Friday, August 19, 2022

Claas Kirchhelle and Adam Roberts and Andrew Singer

Claas Kirchhelle is a Research Associate, Oxford Martin School/ Wellcome Unit for the History of Medicine, University of Oxford. Adam Roberts is a Reader in Antimicrobial Chemotherapy and Resistance, Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine Andrew Singer is a Chemical Ecologist, Centre for Ecology & Hydrology


Unworthy victims?

Reminder: Most of the victims of the global problem of out-of-control militarism don’t get the same attention from the Western press.

Six lessons for America: How endless Trumpist lawbreaking drives his fascist takeover scheme

Trump’s infamy expands quicker than Pinocchio's nose—so much so it’s dawning on even backward Americans that Trump has gone way too far.

“The new space race is going nuclear”

“The space nuclear industry is flying blind—blinded by its devotion to profit and power."

The Essentiality of Individualism in Modern America

The time for Individualism no longer belongs to the past; we must embrace it today.

New study reveals children born close to fracking more likely to develop childhood leukemia

Not only are children at a greater risk of developing ALL from toxic air pollution, but the study said that fracking also contaminates drinking water, which causes more exposure to cancer-linked chemicals.