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Entries from August 2008

Site changes, Descent Of Man Revisited

August 27th, 2008 · No Comments

The index files have been shifted around, and history and evolution.com now has a blogbook, Descent of Man Revisited. Just follow the links, the changes will emerge as you navigate the site.

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Tags: Evolution · Site News

The ‘smash’ of civilizations

August 26th, 2008 · No Comments

Looking Back at Five Years of Bush’s Wreckage in Iraq By Chalmers Johnson, Tomdispatch.com. Posted August 26, 2008. Bush’s supporters see the global war on terrorism as a “clash of civilizations” — yet the civilization we are destroying in Iraq is part of our own.

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Tags: History

Debriefing Darwinism

August 25th, 2008 · No Comments

An archive file from History and Evolution.com The Darwin debate is one of the most persistent of contemporary culture. And Darwin’s theory of evolution is one of the most heavily defended ideologies of modern times, and yet its basis in the claims for natural selection has always been suspect. In one way the reason for […]

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Tags: Evolution

History & Evolution.com streamlined

August 23rd, 2008 · No Comments

The history-and-evolution.com site has been massively streamlined, i.e. many files have been deleted. Although a source of massive hits over the years, the second edition files were falling out of date with too many broken links to leave online any longer. Many files will resurface revamped at eonic-effect.net or here at Eonix Papers.

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Democracy and the ‘discrete freedom sequence’

August 22nd, 2008 · No Comments

One of the central themes of World History And The Eonic Effect is the study of the emergence of democracy in the eonic sequence, with the resulting suspense over the fate of this democratic stream. The article cited has the proper tone of suspense: How America’s empire will fall In the year 432 B.C., Athenian […]

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Tags: History