Monthly Archives: August 2012

Deceptive Facts, an Effort to Comfort by Distraction?

This morning I drove home listening to the latest report of “some maniac with a gun”, the third such event this month.  Memories of the “Batman Shooting” in Colorado and the attack at the Sikh temple in Wisconsin are already … Continue reading

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Women, Rape, Science and Fantasy

The 1972 fantasy novel Watership Down by Richard Adams was about the adventures of rabbits.  It was written with careful consultation to the work of the late British naturalist Ronald Lockley whose book, “The Private Life of the Rabbitt”  (1964) … Continue reading

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