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bat + ball = poetry
Walter Pless | 28 October 2007 |
tags: book reviews, sportsJapan's other contribution to the World Series, apart from Daisuke Matsuzaka and Hideki Okajima, is haiku.
Suicide lessons from Oregon
Kenneth R Stevens | 26 October 2007 |
tags:After ten years and 300 deaths, what is there to learn from America's assisted suicide frontier?
Making birth safe - or preventing births?
Carolyn Moynihan | 25 October 2007 |
tags:Yet another international conference on women's reproductive health turns out to be an exercise in abortion advocacy.
Shameful anniversary, sham inquiry
Josephine Quintavalle | 25 October 2007 |
Leticia Velasquez | 25 October 2007 |
tags: abortion, film reviewsAgainst 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
Hartwig Bouillon | 23 October 2007 |
tags: Germany, media, motherhoodA 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
Michael Cook | 19 October 2007 |
tags: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
Bill James | 19 October 2007 |
tags:With a computer and broadband in the bedroom, now kids can watch all the TV they want -- endlessly!
Arrivederci, family-friendly film ratings
Luisa Cotta Ramosino | 18 October 2007 |
tags: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
Jennifer Van House Hutcheson | 18 October 2007 |
tags:Nearly 500 years since Christianity won its first adherents in Japan, conversions are increasing again.
Atheism becomes fashionable
Richard Bastien | 16 October 2007 |
tags: atheismPassionate tracts by the new missionaries of unbelief are selling like hotcakes. But are they rational?
Adult stem cells still trump embryonic
Monica Rafie | 16 October 2007 |
tags:An exclusive interview with an Iowa scientist who is promoting adult stem cell research.
A victor in wars which haven’t happened
Michael Cook | 13 October 2007 |
tags: Al Gore, Nobel Peace PrizeThe real problem with this year's Nobel Peace Prize is the canonisation of the precautionary principle.
How literature reveals intelligent design
William Park | 12 October 2007 |
tags:A literary critic discerns pointers towards the transcendent in great works of imagination.
Broken heart risk management
Jennifer Roback Morse | 12 October 2007 |
tags:Denying the differences between men and women is an interesting academic pastime, but in practice the cost of being wrong can be very high.