Category Archives: Newsworthy (New & Old)
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I finished Suki Kim’s book after swearing off television for two days.
Pop American educators may be stirred by more than the Harry Potter ‘crisis’ near the climax …
…very well written – Ms. Kim seems a “natural” at conveying very unnatural situations and psyches. Not a fan of the dictatorship nor her “employer’s” mission but she brings out the human qualities hiding in each. She opens the Westerners’ eyes and hearts to the shared anguish of both halves of Korea – the unbelievable attempts to anesthetize it.
Quite an eye opener how one demi-god* can create his own Dark Age and affect an entire a nuclear weaponized nation. (*I chose not to use demagogue)
It wasn’t her express purpose but as a side affect she seems demolish the rationale of the optimistic expectation that the world’s innocents will never again be plagued by a megalomaniac.
She’s quite an “emotional writer” who conveys emotion accurately without emotional distortion.
I am so impressed! Continue reading
A July 19, 2017 NPR interview attributes this logic to (California community college) Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley: Algebra .. is also the single most failed course in community colleges across the country. So if you’re not a STEM major (science, technology, … Continue reading
Young Benjamin Stern of Florida has something YOU want, need and will save you money! And will change how millions around the planet will wash their hair and bathe! “Nohbo” bottleless shampoo invention I saw my mom using laundry detergent … Continue reading
Sources: Greenpeace, RT.com, UK Mirror High radiation risks in Fukushima village as government prepares to lift evacuation order – Greenpeace | Greenpeace International re-reported by RT.com as Japanese govt pushing Fukushima evacuees back to high radiation areas – Greenpeace Published … Continue reading
Fred Korematsu – a single voice against a Fearful Government Never again? Google’s celebration of Korematsu is a timely reminder to the US grass roots and their new President Trump … Mr. Korematsu used the Separation of Powers, the Supreme Court … Continue reading
Isn’t it too late to argue? Look at the date on your European and US coins? Conjunction (multiple planets) align Comet or Nova or Supernatural Planets align, ungroup, re-align (elusive?) Using astronomer Johannes Kepler’s map of the solar system, Josephus’s … Continue reading
Children Learn Asian Languages in Virtual Classrooms from prwire.com.au Excerpt below as public service – click link above to full article. (Emphasis below is from this editor.) Australian children have now the added option to learn Asian languages under the guidance … Continue reading
See Bibliography below: The movie, released in 1958, was taken in large part from the book The Small Woman by Alan Burgess. One reviewer of the book said that the written material was more action-packed than the movie. The reviewer … Continue reading