Not much changed by his near-death experience.

Boris doesn’t seem to have been much affected by his near-death experience.  Nor most people much changed by their experiences of Covid.  We can already feel the hot breath of the climate hell that is coming.  But too apathetic...

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Climate and Comedy episode 5.

We are the most amazing, wondrous, intelligent and lucky creatures living in an astonishingly beautiful world?  Why are so casually ready to destroy it - and ourselves. https://soundcloud.com/user-76470155/cc5-final/s-xEinqIqkWS0

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Every age has its insanities

One of the problems about being human, with our inventive brains and vivid imaginations, is that so many people are ready to believe anything so long as it is absurd and illogical and lacking in evidence enough.  Thus, the...

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My Dad would have been worked to death as a slave.

If Hitler had won the war my Dad would have been shipped to Europe and starved and worked to death as a slave.  Hitler was so sure he would defeat Britain in 1940 he had already appointed a gauleiter...

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God (but not as we used to thnk of h(i)r)

Yet I Still Want to be a Catholic – post 15.  God (but not as we used to think of h(i)r) )   In the view of science inherited from the scientific revolution that began in the seventeenth century the world...

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Yet I Still Want be a Catholic – Post 14: Kant

Yet I Still Want to be a Catholic - Post 14:  Kant   Part of my aim in these posts is to persuade you that we all need to think philosophically, that the ideas of the great philosophers are not that...

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The Madonna of the Pinks

  The Madonna of the Pinks   A work of especial value because it puts us into contact with a very early stage of our psychological life  is Raphael’s The Madonna Of The Pinks. Here we have a picture dealing with a...

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Constraining Her to Yield up Her Secrets through the Vexations of Art

Yet I Still Want to be a Catholic, post 13:  Constraining Her to Yield Up her Secrets through the Vexations of Art.   Galileo’s science, for all that he had discovered that the moon was not made of some ethereal substance...

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