Archive for September, 2001
Organized Religion - the slippery slope

Organized Religion - the slippery slope

September 29th, 2001 / Religion, Television / Comments Off on Organized Religion - the slippery slope

In the wake of September 11, like the rest of Americans, my primary frustration has been finding a focus for my anger. This morning, I found ...

Enterprise - Series Premiere

September 26th, 2001 / Television / Comments Off on Enterprise - Series Premiere

Tonight was one of the first tastes of normalcy I've had since the 11th. The only way to describe my reaction to the season premiere of UPN's fifth Star Trek ...

Views on the News

September 1st, 2001 / Current Affairs / Comments Off on Views on the News

ANTI-CLONING FUROR OFF THE MARK Recent American polls show between 70% and 90% support for banning all types of human cloning, depending on how you ask the question. It's obvious to ...

Cosmic Serpent: DNA and the Origins of Knowledge by Jeremy Narby, PhD

September 1st, 2001 / Books / Comments Off on Cosmic Serpent: DNA and the Origins of Knowledge by Jeremy Narby, PhD

I wanted an introduction to the rituals of Ayahuasca, a hallucinogenic South American plant concoction, something I'd heard about from a friend and thought I might like to experience at ...

Dangerous Beauty

September 1st, 2001 / Film / Comments Off on Dangerous Beauty

Everyone remembers Catherine McCormack as Mel Gibson's beautiful love in Braveheart whose throat was brutally slashed at the beginning of the film. This helped fuel Gibson's fierce warrior persona as ...