Category Archives: Thought nutrition

Lack of demand for decent journalism is allowing fluff to flourish

This begs the question of whether democracy remains the most appropriate way to run a country. Continue reading

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To move on

Tiny fingers wrapped around a giant thumb Continue reading

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When liberalism becomes a modern affront to prosperity

Society has been taught the price of anything, compromising the value of everything. Continue reading

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When life tends to zero

Life deals us all a finite horizon With a probability of exit tending to one as life tends to a hundred   But when the probability is refined By sickness or emergency There is an ominous approach of death   … Continue reading

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Powerless to act, or acting powerless?

Is it true that we are helpless to protect our fellow citizens of the world? Continue reading

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Is iRISH government right to appeal Apple verdict?

If the tax agreement were to be summed up in a conversation between Apple and Ireland, it would go something like this… Continue reading

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21 grams: how a leather ball can explain the mystery of the soul

We all remember Chuck Noland’s leather-faced friend Wilson in the 2000 cinematic blockbuster Cast Away starring Tom Hanks. Washed up on a desert island, Noland roams his way desperately across the beach in search of survival tools and food. Under … Continue reading

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