Monthly Archives: January 2013

Meddling with nature.

In the process we call progress we meddle with nature in reckless disregard for possible consequences – without even the precautionary principle applying. Animal cloning and genetic modification are but two examples of this. ☺

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War by computer disruption.

It is now a recognised fact that the most potent, effective and cheap weapon a country can use upon another is computer disruption. What fools we are – after this surely we are not be clever – to create without … Continue reading

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Natural event breakdowns.

When a natural weather event causes disruption to power supply there is no refrigeration, food spoils, no eftpos, no cash, no banking no electric trains or buses etc. at present and in the future we can anticipated thousands of patients … Continue reading

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Changing the world.

It is said that if you wish to change the world you have to change yourself: this is how it works. As in the 100th monkey syndrome the act, influence or thought first spreads within the immediate group, thence to … Continue reading

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Bottled health.

According to the advertisements good health is all there, in bottles and packs, on the shelves. ☺

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Sports commentary on TV.

The commentators on live TV commentary on sports match play seem to feel the necessity to maintain an incessant stream of comment most of which is obvious or irrelevant. This interferes with the connoisseurs’ concentration and enjoyment of the game. … Continue reading

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The spiritual war.

The most intense war currently being fought is a subconscious war; a war between self-interest and the conflicting interests of compassion and peace. ☺

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