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bat + ball = poetry
Japan's other contribution to the World Series, apart from Daisuke Matsuzaka and Hideki Okajima, is haiku.
Suicide lessons from Oregon
After ten years and 300 deaths, what is there to learn from America's assisted suicide frontier?
Making birth safe - or preventing births?
Yet another international conference on women's reproductive health turns out to be an exercise in abortion advocacy.
Shameful anniversary, sham inquiry
Forty years ago Britain passed a law that has facilitated 6.7 million abortions. A government inquiry has seen to it that nothing will change.
Against the odds, a Latino love story won the People's Choice Award at Toronto. Don't be surprised if it turns up at this year's Oscars.
The Eva phenomenon
A German motherhood campaigner's Nazi moment dissolves in a mass email blitz on political correctness in the media ruling class.
There’s more to life than discovering DNA
Remarks by Nobel laureate James Watson have proved that there are worse crimes than being boring. Like being a eugenicist, for instance.
Joost for wasting time
With a computer and broadband in the bedroom, now kids can watch all the TV they want -- endlessly!
Arrivederci, family-friendly film ratings
Pressure mounts for Italy to adopt a 'scientific' approach to movie ratings and discard the cultural perspective of parent groups.
After fatalism, Japan opens to faith
Nearly 500 years since Christianity won its first adherents in Japan, conversions are increasing again.
Atheism becomes fashionable
Passionate tracts by the new missionaries of unbelief are selling like hotcakes. But are they rational?
Adult stem cells still trump embryonic
An exclusive interview with an Iowa scientist who is promoting adult stem cell research.
A victor in wars which haven’t happened
The real problem with this year's Nobel Peace Prize is the canonisation of the precautionary principle.
How literature reveals intelligent design
A literary critic discerns pointers towards the transcendent in great works of imagination.
Broken heart risk management
Denying the differences between men and women is an interesting
academic pastime, but in practice the cost of being wrong can be very
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