Kakistocracy is not a very common word in our present lexicon but it is very useful to assess the quality of those in power. The word was coined for the first time during the English civil war by Paul Gosnold in 1644 to describe the supporters of Charles I of…

Our tired Earth is suffering from an unpredictable climate, a disaster for agriculture

2021 is the year when the evidence of the damage that our fuel extravaganza has done to our planet has become undeniable. The recent heat domes, dramatic droughts, and extreme rainfall are a clear indication that a combination of feedback mechanisms caused by excessive greenhouse emissions has started the gears…

Middle Age crusader intent on the complete destruction of the enemy

It seems incredible that at the height of our technological sophistication we have suddenly embarked on a new crusade! Just as in medieval times, we have been convinced that an enemy is threatening us and we must fight it with all our might. Our new enemy is not in any…

“Follow the science” is the latest fashionable directive that has been repeated all over the media for more than a year. This mantra makes clear that following the status quo ‘science’ implies immediate acceptance to the club of educated, decent, and intelligent human beings. This media strategy has prevented people…

Power is Influence over others

Power mesmerizes us, our culture venerates the rich and famous, the people with well-known brand names like politicians, movie stars, and successful business people. We like some and we dislike others, but we are enthralled by all. The powerful know this and use it to their advantage. Power is often…

Nano-chip Implant for data collection and transmission

The Internet of Bodies (IoB) is the biological extension of the Internet of Things that brought us driverless cars and smart houses. Both form part of the plans for the future of humanity as devised by the elites of the World Economic Forum (WEF) and their pet project, the 4th…

Homo sapiens’ ancestor tree goes back to about 4 billion years ago when our oldest relatives, bacteria, and archaea started their journey. These two, were hard at work for two billion years as tiny biochemists, developing myriads of metabolic tricks with organic compounds, laying the foundation for the workings of…

Helena Dearnell

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