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Human Wrongs

Apr 30th, 2018 | By

Out this month – Human Wrongs, a devastating analysis of modern Britain. Britain is a forward-thinking, human-rights protecting beacon of democracy, right? Think again! Written in time for the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, this book is a documented exposé of Britain’s domestic human rights abuses under successive governments from the

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Choosing Childlessness with Life in Mind by Kamalamani

Apr 26th, 2018 | By

Other than Mother: Choosing Childlessness with Life in Mind ‘Other than Mother: Choosing Childlessness with Life in Mind’ is my second book, published by Earth Books in 2016. It tackles the (sadly still taboo) subject of elective/voluntary childlessness and explores the backdrop to the parenthood decision, the pro-natal nature of our society, the stereotyping of those without

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Human Wrongs

Apr 3rd, 2018 | By

Britain is a forward-thinking, human-rights protecting beacon of democracy, right? Think again! Written in time for the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, this book is a documented exposé of Britain’s domestic human rights abuses under successive governments from the year 2000 to the present. It covers the deaths of the 20,000

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Featured author – Elen Sentier

Mar 28th, 2018 | By

Elen Sentier is the author of Gardening with the Moon & Stars, published by Earth Books. Gardening with the Moon & Stars brings biodynamics to the ordinary gardener. Elen Sentier is passionate about biodynamics. She feels it’s vital to make organics and biodynamics available to as many people as possible if we are to help our

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Hell is not only a state of Mind; it’s becoming the state of Earth

Mar 21st, 2018 | By

by Antonin Tuynman (reprinted from steemit) Whenever we feel unhappy or uncomfortable, whenever we are suffering, this is usually due to the fact that we have a divided Mind. In the book “The Praxis” Dirk Bruere lucidly describes how the Mind can become divided against itself when it has to exclusively choose from more than one

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In Search of the Common Good

Mar 2nd, 2018 | By

In Search of the Common Good: Guideposts for Concerned Citizens is a sequel to the Jack E. Brush’s book Citizens of the Broken Compass: Ethical and Religious Disorientation in the Age of Technology. As the title indicates, the work is not addressed to an academic audience, but rather to a general readership, i.e. to concerned

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Quantum Beer

Feb 15th, 2018 | By

by Knujon Mapson The concept of quantum foam has bubbled up in scientific circles for over half a century, ever since physicist John Wheeler figured that quantum mechanics, at the really really small scale, would yield a Universe where nothing was ever static, and instead bits of matter (or, at least, the fundamental particles constructing them)

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Safe Planet – John Cowsill

Feb 10th, 2018 | By

  Jeremy Corbyn with a copy of my book, Safe Planet December 2015 The book attempts to show the strengths of renewable energy – how it can replace all fossil and nuclear fuel. It tries to show why this is not happening at the pace needed if we are going to stop a climate disaster.

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Framespotting

Feb 1st, 2018 | By

Look at it this way… Everywhere we look, “framing” affects how we see things. Frames restrict our view, keeping us from seeing the whole truth, and subtly influencing our take on everything from deck-chairs to democracy. This upbeat, punchy guide to framespotting by Laurence and Alison Matthews will open your eyes and your mind. Learn

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The Real Meaning of ‘Good’ and ‘Evil’

Jan 17th, 2018 | By

By Steve Taylor, Reprinted from Psychology Today It’s a dangerous over-simplification to believe that some people are innately ‘good’ while others are innately ‘evil’ or ‘bad.’ This misleading concept underpins the justice system of many countries – ‘bad’ people commit crimes, and since they are intrinsically ‘bad’, they should be locked away so that they

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