Life in ancient Greece must have been quite interesting, especially if you were part of a rich family. (I’ll have to add; as part of a rich family, you would have had slaves, the idea of which I’m of course not comfortable with or supporting, but I guess that’s still better than being poor, i.e. … More Life in ancient Greece (whenever that was… sometime before they got into debt, I guess)
Introduction Stem cell research is the field of study aimed at benefiting the human race using stem cells. It is from stem cells that all the other cells of the body develop and differentiate to form specialised cells with specific functions, such as brain cells or blood cells. Under the right conditions, these stem cells … More Stem Cell Research
So according to many people in my area, white supremacy is still around in South Africa. Yes, many white people are racist (wait… the other races aren’t?) and many white people do feel that they are superior to other races, which I don’t agree with at all. But I struggle to see, how in this … More Irony – and why it’s racist. Wait what? No…. Racism – and why it’s ironic.
The wise Milton Friedman once said, “If you put the federal government in charge of the Sahara Desert, in 5 years, there’d be a shortage of sand.” Growing up in the “new South Africa”, I have experienced and learnt all about bad governments. Don’t get me wrong, Apartheid was obviously immoral, but the country was … More Politics – making the future moron-certain