Intellectuals and Freedom
In Texas and Oklahoma especially, there is a lot of agitation against the “intellectuals.” I ask this: How many intellectuals are there in Texas and Oklahoma? I am reminded of Poland.Is the World Progressing? Perpetual Challenges of Man
This paper describes and shows, on the one hand, the various facets of human development and presents on the other past progress, their advantages and problems caused to humanity. In general, it is noted that progress concern areas related to the existence of human beings, take place in the space of time with a particular start point and end point, and have a clear logic that precedes their existence. From antiquity to now, humans have gradually evolved to the state of the beast for the best opportunities for living conditions through the development of creative thinking that gave them an answer as an alternative to the atrocity of their environment. But our quest for better living conditions should respect the moral law; otherwise growth or development should lead to social problems, disruption of rights and freedoms in our society.Aborigines in Australia Lack Hope – Mainly Resulting From the Lack of Employment Opportunities
Employment opportunities for Australian Aborigines will lead to a feeling of self-worth. Self-worth will lead to the need to have their children educated, to look after everyone’s health better with the assistance of local health services, and to keep out of trouble and prison. Family and community life will be seen as very important to each aboriginal person.Humanity – Our Extra-Terrestrial Gene
Why do human beings possess intelligence so superior to that of their closest relatives, especially when it is known that they share 98.4 per cent of their genetic make-up with the African chimpanzee? Many theories of evolution centre on the idea it is a struggle for survival that forces the development of early life-forms into complex beings. But this fails to explain the evolution of functions of the human brain which seem unconnected with survival. These functions include understanding irony, creating complicated mathematical formulae, writing poetry or even designing striped toothpaste. I find it difficult to accept that our intelligence is purely the result of the slow process of evolution. After all, it took around two million years for our earliest ancestors to appear. But in just a hundred years we have seen the average IQ, height, longevity of life of our race increase demonstrably. And in the past 40 years, I have witnessed phenomenal developments in the computer and communication industries in which I have worked all my life.Humanity – Creationism, Darwinism and Now Realisationism
Is the arrival of extra-terrestrials on our planet the only logical and common sense explanation for our truly remarkable evolution from the indigenous homo sapiens/Neanderthals over such a short period? How did mankind evolve so quickly during the Holocene era to become an integral part of Earth’s fabric? So, why has this possibility, that we could have been seeded by an extra-terrestrial race, been ignored and suppressed over time?