Category Archives: Pursuit of truth

Words of hope for the five percent

I don’t read much anymore, or better said, I don’t find much worth reading anymore. I love reading. It has been my morning activity for decades, the reason I come bounding down the stairs after awakening at ridiculously early senior … Continue reading

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Talking Conspiracy with Family & Friends

So it’s Turkey Day in the US of A. Which means many of us will be spending a lot of time today and the next few weeks with family and friends. Some of us might even be brave enough to … Continue reading

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The power of myth

I flipped on an episode of NOVA, the PBS science documentary last night. It reaffirmed the notion of the total information control regime we live under – no matter where we turn, be it TV news, movies, podcasts, television “drama” … Continue reading

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