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“Hidden Agendas” – Why Hollywood Be Hatin’ On the Russians – Part II

Dear Readers: This post will conclude my review of the Hollywood movie “Hidden Figures“, which I saw recently.  Using as my particular slant the movie’s cavalier contempt for Russia and Russians which, alas, is just an ideological given in Hollywood … Continue reading

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“Hidden Agendas” – Why Hollywood Be Hatin’ On the Russians – Part I

Dear Readers: A couple of days ago I watched the 2016 Hollywood movie “Hidden Figures”.  Disclosure:  I didn’t read the book yet, upon which the movie is based, but I plan to read it, as it sounds extremely interesting.  All … Continue reading

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Futurology VI

Dear Readers: In the last installment of his monstrously good essay, author Lyttenburgh debunked the false promises of the Positivistic philosophy regarding the state of the Human Condition.  We discussed important issues such as consciousness, self-consciousness, and the huckster hype of … Continue reading

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Futurology V

Dear Readers: In his last installment of this essay, our author Lyttenburgh wrote about that phantom concept called “Progress”.  Just like little Hedvig in Henrik Ibsen’s play Vildanden, we have learned some bitter truths about life, and seen many of our … Continue reading

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Futurology IV

Dear Readers: Today we continue with Lyttenburgh’s essay on Futurology.  In our last installment, we left off where Lyttenburgh was debunking that sacred word “Progress” in its various mis-uses and over-uses.  He pointed out the sad fact that WAR is … Continue reading

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Futurology III

Dear Readers: Today we continue with Lyttenburgh’s essay on Futurology.  In our last installment, Lyttenburgh explained the differences between quantitative and qualitative technological advances, among various other interesting points.  Personally, I am still trying to figure out, in my head, … Continue reading

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Futurology II

Dear Readers: Today we continue with Lyttenburgh’s essay on Futurology.  In the last installment, Lyttenburgh introduced us to the pseudo-science of Futurology.  Now we continue with more debunkings.  This is interesting stuff, and I hope you enjoy! On the painfully … Continue reading

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