The Imminent Speciation

by  —  August 26, 2008

One need not look too deeply into the science news of the world to follow the quickening march of both genetic and man-machine-merging developments. As successful human trials become prevalent, self-enhancement by private individuals will soon follow. This self-enhancement can be neither universal nor equal and so, due to this, places the world human population […]

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by  —  August 24, 2008

The following short story was written by Carole A. Travis-Henikoff, an independent scholar specializing in paleoanthropology.   Travis-Henikoff  began her literary career as a culinary writer .  Her current research explores death, dying, grieving, dreams and anomalous occurrences.  Travis-Henikoff’s recent book Dinner With a Cannibal has earned widespread critical acclaim.  Publisher’s Weekly gave the book a star, stating […]

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Mother’s Day

by  —  January 21, 2008

The small, thin, hard-bound edition is said to adorn the book shelves of such august luminaries as former president Jimmy Carter and C. Everett Koop. Reviewers gushed: “The probity of the author is unquestionable. The words ring from the pages with the bold, sonorous clarity of Truth. The adorable illustrations of cherubic, hydrocephalic bulbous-eyed waifs […]

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