"Forgotten were the elementary rules of logic, that extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence and that what can be asserted without evidence, can also be dismissed without evidence."  - Christopher Hitchens
As often as Herman had witnessed the slaughter of animals and fish, he always had the same thought: in their behaviour toward creatures, all men were Nazis. The smugness with which man could do with other species as he pleased exemplified the most extreme racist theories, the principle that might is right.Isaac Bashevis SingerEnemies, A Love Story (1972)

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Top 5 Misconceptions about Evolution

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Earth。ling … one who inhabits the earth

since we all inhabit the Earth, all of us are considered Earthlings.

Raw Zucchini Pasta with Avocado and Basil Cream

Raw Zucchini Pasta with a raw creamy avocado and basil sauce and sweet cherry tomatoes. It’s just as good as it sounds. Fresh and absolutely wonderful.

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To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time

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Do not go gentle into that good night

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Funeral Blues

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