Monthly Archives: October 2011
Beyond the Causal Veil By Bill Meacham / The Rag Blog / Quantum indeterminacy operates inside your brain. What does that say about the nature of human will and decision-making?(1) We’ve taken a look at the world of quantum physics … finish reading
Police officers with “non-lethal ordnance” weapons after an early morning raid on Occupy Oakland’s tent city, Oakland, CA, Oct.25, 2011. Photo by Stephen Lam / Reuters.Last night in Oakland:Riot cops use ‘non-lethal projectiles’to attack occupiers’ encampment Scott Olsen, who served … finish reading
Academic/activist Bernardine Dohrn, former leader of WeatherUnderground, on Rag Radio with Thorne Dreyer. Listen to it here: Thorne Dreyer‘s guest on Rag Radio this Friday, October 28, 2011, 2-3 p.m. (Central) on KOOP 91-7-FM in Austin, will be singer/songwriter and … finish reading Rag Radio : Academic/Activist Bernardine Dohrn, Former Leader of Weather Underground
By Susan Van Haitsma / The Rag Blog / One of Austin’s most colorful events of the year is the Dia de los Muertos festival organized by the good folks at Austin’s Mexic-Arte Museum. For 28 years, the museum has … finish reading
Between 12,000 and 15,000 Texas lost their lives in the Civil War. Painting from the Texas Civil War Museum.The hidden history of Texas Part VI: The Confederate State of Texas, 1860-1865 By Bob Feldman / The Rag Blog / October … finish reading Bob Feldman : The Confederate State of Texas, 1846-1860
Beyond the Causal Veilby Bill Meacham Quantum indeterminacy operates inside your brain. What does that say about the nature of human will and decision-making?(1) We’ve taken a look at the world of quantum physics before, but a little recap is … finish reading
Libyan men and children queue up to view the corpse of Muammar Qaddafi. Photo from Getty Images.U.S. foreign policy and the respect for human life By Harry Targ / The Rag Blog / October 26, 2011 “The Oriental doesn’t put … finish reading Harry Tarq : Does U.S. Foreign Policy Respect Human Life?