The dubious charms of a central station

There are people who like trains. And in fact, you sit in a first in, it is actually not so bad. That which does not necessarily led me, at least for train travel, are actually most likely the stations. Not places where one likes to get out, unless you want to perhaps buy drugs, which … Continue reading The dubious charms of a central station

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Vegetative state and a few questions

After a distant acquaintance of several days had a brain hemorrhage, then two emergency surgeries and now continues to be in a vegetative state, one imagines from time to time but certain questions. One was initially answered once before during a brief Internet search, the vegetative state is a medically induced at a certain time … Continue reading Vegetative state and a few questions

Does religion corrupt young people?

Excuse me this absurd appearing question, because my mind is not inserted in this issue. But it is the opinion of a Facebook contact, with which I circulated from time to time together again at random and such crude theses. I had replied to this question, among others, as follows: Each person is affected by … Continue reading Does religion corrupt young people?

Are nuclear weapons good for world peace?

The dialectical answer is yes! And no! In the latest print edition of TIME Josef Joffe is this question in light of the awarding of the Nobel Peace price slightly. He notes that such prices recently often not past achievements are awarded for something already, but for the good disposition and the envisaged good thing. … Continue reading Are nuclear weapons good for world peace?