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MY FRIENDS CAN READ IT FOR FREE (Excerpt 33 from THE HARVEST OF REASON)….READ MORE

(If you’re here for the first time check out excerpts 1-32 in earlier Blogs ) John slammed shut the cover of the journal he had tried to read unsuccessfully for the third time and ran his fingers through his hair … Continue reading

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WOMEN’S HISTORY MONTH – Pioneer Entomologist Eleanor Ormerod, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science

Pioneer Entomologist Eleanor Ormerod, one of “The Paradigm Shifters” of Science [1] In 1912 a Middle Eastern traveler to the United States by the name of ‘Abdu’l-Bahá made some farsighted pronouncements concerning the role of women. He had spent his life … Continue reading

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