Once upon a time Alice, Bob and Carol wanted to see a movie together, as they were close friends. In their local cinema they could choose out of three different movies, X, Y or Z. So the three friends had to make a choice. Continue reading The tale of three friends in a cinema
Recently have changed the theme of this site, because we were unsatisfied with the former one. Fortunately this change has been well received by our audience.
Today we have made a little adjustment to our side bar. We have moved “archives” and “categories” upwards and we converted these items to drop down menu.
This post is meant as a bonus for our regular readers and for the sake of historiography – to provide insight in the evolution of the ideas behind the movement represented by this site. Continue reading State capitalism
Do you think that menial work, i.e. the performance of household tasks, is a type of unproductive labour?
We don’t want to abolish capitalism, but we want a society where every worker is a capitalist and every capitalist a worker.
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Recently we did a post on a new method of creating induced pluripotent stem cells, which does not require either destroying embryos or genetic engineering, only a bath with certain chemicals. This breakthrough caused great excitement around the world.
And quite surprising many scientists around the world have started to replicate the Japanese experiment. Unfortunately, until now without success. However, many scientists working in this field are, as yet, still reluctantly to call this discovery a fraud. Instead many suggest that the Japanese have not unfold the whole procedure, possibly due to a patent application.
Nature, the journal which has published the Japanese research, is now investigating the integrity of the scientists who wrote the article. We believe that this is a good thing, though we hope that the researchers will be found integer, after all extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence.
Because I am quite busy, I will not write a post on this blog today, instead you can read my newest piece of fiction on Fascinating Future.