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Mayan Glyphs on Pottery in Georgia?


I confess to being a dilettant as far as mayan culture is concerned. I’ve hitchhiked through Chiapas, Yucatan, Guatemala and visited many of the important (and less important) sites.  I’ve read “Reading the Maya Glyphs” and recognize Michael Coe but wouldn’t introduce … Continue reading

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For Profit Prisons Lobby for “Residents”


Something evil this way comes. There is an enormous difficulty in outsourcing prisons.  Prisons have traditionally been state funded operations.  A prison is a testament to society’s failure to grow law-abiding citizens.  It is a blemish that we wear as … Continue reading

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Dead Polar Bears Don’t Talk


This deserves some attention.  Why does a government researcher need to be asked to take a lie detector test and be represented by a defense lawyer? At the very least it’s not going to look good at his next performance … Continue reading

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Although Kristof…


Although Kristof alleges that free will and sex addiction exist, I’m not convinced of either but for different reasons. Free will has been widely debated by philosophers for ages and I am satisfied that free will is an illusion in … Continue reading

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