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If you’re searching for a success story for toppling totalitarianism, it would be difficult to find a better example than Václav Havel. His participation in the 1989 Velvet Revolution (a relatively peaceful transition of Czechoslovakia away from the oppressive Communist state which was responsible for the deaths of millions) wroteContinue Reading

Since the time of the ancient Greeks, it has been known that there are only two ways of trying to understand the universe. One of these two is known as atomism and is the commonly accepted view in today’s scientific industry. The other is based on the aether and wasContinue Reading

In the 1300’s a plague known as “The Black Death” swept through Europe, killing over 25 million people. The terrified population, fearing what they perceived as some well deserved punishment from God, were unable to take actual measures to prevent the spread of the illness, as they were ignorant ofContinue Reading