By: Elizabeth M Young
The overwhelming process of nations that once were stable, turning to a state of revolution and turnover of government is going on today. From the most misunderstood of relationships between tea and revolution in America; cake and revolution in France; and happy workers and revolution...
By: Elizabeth M Young
When the exceedlingly rare exhibition of the recovered treasures of Dresden, Germany, were brought to America for a tour, an unprecedented view of the high culture of Germany, especially of the elites and the artistic elites was revealed for the public to see. From a...
The power struggle between science and society
By: Jeffrey Graf
Let me first say that this title caught my eye because I believe that is based upon a spurious premise. There have always been struggles between the various forces in society, but science as we know it has only existed for a few hundred years...
Criminals in society: Looking for solutions
By: Donald Rahrer
How to Challenge the Thinking Process of a Criminal Thinker In a past article, How to Identify a Criminal Thinker?, it was noted that criminal thinker's are special and unique individuals as well as clever masters of deceit. But, ironically, they can be expected...
Is Political Ideology used to Control the Masses
By: Wayne Leon Learmond
Ideology throughout the ages has been used to manipulate and control whole societies. The proof for this is written throughout history. Historically,dictatorships, {and even democratically- elected governments}, have been able to subjugate their citizens virtually at will. How have they been able to do...
By: Elizabeth M Young
T-Shirts originated as items of underwear and have become the canvasses that populate a world of moving, talking and interacting symbolic expressions of any idea that humans can have. Even more, any individual can either use their computers and printers, or relatively inexpensive hand painting...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Anyone who has gone on tours of European and American sites has felt the change in their own behavior, mood and activity when entering and leaving certain buildings. The awe, reverence and restriction of noise and activity when entering the great museums and cathedrals is...
By: Elizabeth M Young
Crowd control is a process that has no singular purpose, goal, set of conditions or even similarities that call for a singular set of plans or responses. Even crowds at entertainment and sports venues, where participants have paid quite a lot of money and are...
By: Elizabeth M Young
The past teaches us much about the present and even the future whether we learn from it or not. Whether discussing the Kobe earthquake or the Katrina disaster in New Orleans, the catastrophic nature of the Haiti earthquake or the slow and treacherous nature of...
By: Elizabeth M Young
A joke is going around about independent voters. If they ever become a party, then they are no longer independent, are they? But the truth is that the growth in numbers of voters who do not support the overall platform of any of the major...

 

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