Tag Archives: War Crimes

Rights, when do we want them?

shared by Toronto Star As Canada celebrates the 150th anniversary of Confederation, a look at the story of the booze-soaked bull sessions that begat a country. How two dozen Fathers of Confederation got the Canada deal done | Toronto Star … Continue reading

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Terrorism or War Crimes

You can’t fight terrorism with war crimes, it only begats more terrorism – the generations turn turn turn. Barbarians, it is a strange word to be used in diplomatic world stage concept, it’s so archaic at a time when we … Continue reading

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Science Fiction 101: Curiosity trumps Wisdom

Sciences asks “can we?” and Philosophy asks “should we?” History and Literature are screaming “What the fuck people? Haven’t you been paying attention?” machines cannot intuit meaning from phrases and images humans can machines are capable of repeating scripted and … Continue reading

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