Rosemary Pennington
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Rosemary Pennington

When you reach sentience, you realize that nothing in your life compares with the goal of bringing others to sentience too.

Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce TODAY I WANT to talk with you first about the so-called “millennium bug.” It’s also sometimes called the “Y2K phenomenon,” which is sort of a shorthand way of saying the “year 2000 phenomenon.” Ordinarily I wouldn’t waste…
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Essays

THE Western Spring organisation has for several years set a very high standard of professional events at high quality venues: this year’s John Tyndall Memorial Meeting was an outstanding example. Held at a high-class conference venue in the West Midlands on July 1st, the meeting was attended…
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Essays

by David Sims THE WORLD’S economic systems generate 2 billion metric tons of waste each year. The average density of landfill waste is 600 kilograms per cubic meter. A year’s worth of waste will therefore occupy 3.3333 cubic kilometers of volume. If all this trash goes into landfills,…
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Essays

by Marian Van Court Introductory Note: Though we disagree with the author’s notion that “raising the IQ of Blacks” through eugenics is worth discussing — since we believe that achieving an all-White society must precede the institution of eugenic measures — we recommend…
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Essays

The problems which cause mediocre minds to declare “it’s all hopeless” cause extraordinary minds to find unseen pathways. by David Sims A BROWN DWARF star having a mass of 0.05 solar masses contains about 5.9747e+55 hydrogen atoms, making possible a maximum of 1.4937e+55 nuclear…
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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

Aftermath of the firebombing of the Institute for Historical Review in 1984 (IHR) by Revilo P. Oliver HILLSDALE COLLEGE in Michigan is a small college that is making a laudable effort to remain independent of direct control by the Commissariat in Washington. It publishes each month a bulletin devoted…
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Classic EssaysWilliam Pierce

by Dr. William L. Pierce WE ARE LIVING in interesting times, and they become more interesting almost by the day. I want take a look today at a surprising confluence of developments around the world. The most interesting recent development here in the United States, of course, has been the bottom dropping…
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News

Feeling it in Guangzhou. IN MARCH, during China’s annual parliament meetings in Beijing, a politician proudly shared with reporters his proposal on how to “solve the problem of the black population in Guangdong.” The province is widely known in China to have many African migrants. “Africans…
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Video

by Hadding Scott THE CREATIVITY of pro-White social media “trolls” is gradually introducing suppressed truth into mainstream discussion. Through President Trump’s retweeting of a GIF that represented him pummeling CNN, and CNN’s overreaction — and the subsequent…
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News

John Bannister Goodenough was one of the pioneers of today’s lithium-ion batteries. COULD WE BE on the verge of a major battery breakthrough, from the very man who pioneered the use of today‘s state-of-the-art lithium batteries? A 91-year-old with the unlikely name of John Bannister Goodenough,…
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