Category Archives: Chronicle Core

Assortment of pieces from the Journey Chronicle in Letters and Science; Chronicle in Letters; and The Crystal Chronicle. Various other features, though occasional, do appear.

Paul Krassner

Originally posted on Chamblee54:
Paul Krassner died July 21, 2019. He outlived Lenny Bruce, Abbie Hoffman, Groucho Marx, and Lyndon Johnson. His magazine, The The Realist, is now available as an online archive. PG was recently looking for background noise…

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Tarring Steve Pinker and others with Jeffrey Epstein

Originally posted on Why Evolution Is True:
Several times this week I’ve seen people of low character go after Steve Pinker because of his supposed association with accused sexual predator and child-sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein. (Note: my own view is…

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Grading Hacks Video #2 (Also, Points or Percents?)

Originally posted on Laura Randazzo – Solutions for the Secondary Classroom:
Ready for six more grading hacks? Here’s episode #2 of my new YouTube series designed to help you reduce grading time: https://youtu.be/sEFZedSW0I0 Click here for more info. on the 5-minute…

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What can Game of Thrones teach us about moral philosophy?

Originally posted on Joanna Moncrieff:
? I was as disappointed as everyone else by the final series of Game of Thrones, but when someone suggested that the programme as a whole was an example of modern moral nihilism, I found…

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Article – Why I Love Farscape

Originally posted on TL;DR Movie Reviews and Analysis:
TL;DR – This is a show that is bold, funny, weird, and heartwarming, one of the best Science Fiction shows I have ever had the pleasure of watching. Review – Last…

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The Family – Part 1

Originally posted on Criminal Queens:
Anne Hamilton-Byrne was born Evelyn Grace Victoria Edwards in Sale, Australia in 1921. Sale is located two hours east of Melbourne. Her parents Florence Holie, and father Ralph Edwards lead what can only be described…

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A critique of genetic research on schizophrenia – expensive castles in the air

In the light of the much trumpeted claims that recent research has identified genes for schizophrenia, it is important to review the track record of this type of endeavour (1). Despite thousands of studies costing millions of dollars, and endless predictions that the genetics of schizophrenia would shortly be revealed, the field has so far failed to identify any genes that substantially increase the risk of developing schizophrenia. Continue reading

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AU: Suspicious Packages Sent to Diplomatic Sites Across Multiple States

JAN09 2019 New Zealand. Pakistan. Greece. France. Hong Kong. Israel. What do these countries mean when grouped together? Me neither. But really try this time: What do these countries have in common? Well, apart from all receiving suspicious packages at … Continue reading

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Novel Corrective Brain Surgery for GD & Homosexuality

We have had these techniques for quite some time. If I may refer to what we learned from the Harvard, and other, military experiments of the late 20th and 21st centuries. Although, let it be said from the beginning; I … Continue reading

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Interview: Benjamin Wittes // May 8, 2018

Originally posted on High School SCOTUS:
Benjamin Wittes is the editor-in-chief of Lawfare, a widely read national security blog, and a Senior Fellow in Governance Studies at the Brookings Institution. He speaks frequently about detention, interrogation, and national security issues.…

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Week 13: Kids Program Trends and Pop Culture

Originally posted on Keep Moving Forward:
In a book called Pop Goes the Library: Using pop culture to connect with your whole community, Brookover & Burns (2008) define pop culture broadly as “whatever people in your community are talking, thinking,…

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Top Reasons To Buy Your OzComicon Tickets For This Weekend Without Delay!

Here are the top reasons to buy your OzComicon tickets for this weekend without delay! 5) Do something different this weekend! (And get Christmas shopping done early!) [SCHEDULE]-[ExhibitorDir]-[AutographStore] Do you really want to do the same thing every weekend? Of … Continue reading

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So Doctor, do you know what your duties and responsibilities are when using the My Health Record System?

Originally posted on Dr Thinus' musings:
Much have been said in the media about the impact on privacy and security of personal health records for anyone who had signed up or, in the near future, are being automatically signed up…

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यह टीकों के बारे में नहीं है यह विज्ञान में भ्रष्टाचार के बारे में है

विज्ञान में भ्रष्टाचार हम सभी को दर्द होता है। Continue reading

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Dear New Grad Student.

Originally posted on sarah nason:
Dear New Grad Student, I noticed my first gray hairs at 23 years old. Not coincidentally, the same year I started my Master’s degree. Grad school is touted as a monumental time of self-discovery, pushing…

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Ladies and Gentlemen (Love is Love)

Originally posted on LHWords:
What I’m about to tell you has taken me a few weeks to write and a few months to process, but 17 years to acknowledge and accept. All I want from you, as a friend, relative…

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