Category Archives: Iran's Revolution

The Persistence of Cruelty

With the world going quite mad over the death of Michael Jackson – especially out here – one bit of news on that Friday didn’t get much attention. Or maybe it wasn’t news, just more of the same: A senior … Continue reading

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Pretentious people like to talk about entropy – the idea that all things at all times are naturally resolving to their most random state and lowest energy level. It’s just a basic concept in physics, and quite useful for predicting … Continue reading

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