Paul’s Perambulations

March 18, 2011

Japan, the United States, and a radioactive nightmare waiting to happen.

Filed under: Education,General,Politics — admin @ 9:37 am

Safety and environmentalism can cost consumers a lot of money, without immediate benefit. Government can force this on the consumers, as with cars and building codes, while industry and government profit from it. But there’s no profit for industry and government in protecting the public, and so, in a capitalist dominated society…failure and disaster (earthquakes ARE a predictable event in Japan, unfortunately).

March 1, 2011

My First Fundamentalist

Filed under: Religion — admin @ 10:38 pm

I remember being surprised when, as a teenager, I met my first fundamentalist. I was from a household that was educated in religious matters, attended a religious-based school, and I found religion courses interesting. But I never understood Biblical material in a strictly literal way. That was not expected in my family, and I never gave that approach any particular thought (not being aware that it even was an “approach”). (more…)

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