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Classic EssaysRevilo P. Oliver

by Revilo P. Oliver EARLY IN 1983, fifty-five years after it was perpetrated, Margaret Mead’s great anthropological hoax was at last definitively exposed by the publication of Professor Derek Freeman’s Margaret Mead and Samoa. See Ray Hill’s review of that book in the May issue of The Liberty Bell
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IF you’re going to try, go all the way.
Otherwise, don’t even start. If you’re going to try, go all the way.
This could mean losing girlfriends,
Wives, relatives, jobs and maybe your mind. Go all the way.
It could mean not eating for three or four days.
It could mean freezing on a park…
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GERMANIC LIGHT RELIGION was not idol worship and barbarian cult. Where could the eternal reveal itself to Germanic man purer and mightier than in that power that wrestles daily with darkness and yet again and again remains victor, which gives earth life and fertility and human beings light and bread!…
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by Willian Gayley Simpson
from Which Way Western Man? AND THIS IS the worst of the matter. The worst is not that the Church has perpetrated upon mankind a pious hoax, and turned the life and teaching of Jesus into a piece of hocus-pocus, an imaginary transaction to counteract imaginary sin to get…
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I almost titled this “Simpson: The American Nietzsche” but I feel that Simpson is actually far superior to the German philosopher. by Blake Hood I care about life. What I care about most is that I may find it, and that finding it I may arouse in other men to a sense of life which is in them also. I care that…
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THIS IS the Dutch film Eeuwig Leevende Tekens (1941) by Hamer Films’ Volksche Werkgemeenschap (Folkish Study Group). It deals with topics including the ancestral heritage of Dutch and closely-related peoples and traditional symbols such as the solar wheel, sun cross, tree of life, etc. The…
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David SimsEssays

by David Sims INTERSTELLAR colonization will proceed in two ways. The fast wave of colonization (which, really, won’t be all that fast) will be carried out by seed ships. No living things will travel on those starships. Instead, the DNA sequences for several thousand eugenically superior Aryans…
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SCIENTISTS HAVE DISCOVERED what they say could be fossils of some of the earliest living organisms on Earth. They are represented by tiny filaments, knobs and tubes in Canadian rocks dated to be up to 4.28 billion years old. That is a time not long after the planet’s formation and hundreds of millions…
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by David Sims THIS contiguous region of spacetime, the universe, appeared from vacuum energy about 13.7 billion years ago. The solar nebula condensed into a central star and a planetary system about 5 billion years ago. Earth’s Life includes cellular organisms, viruses, and viroids. Biogenesis…
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IN A DISCOVERY that has been years in the making, researchers have confirmed the existence of a rocky planet named Proxima b orbiting Proxima Centauri, the closest star to our sun, according to a new study. It is the closest exoplanet to us in the universe. (ILLUSTRATION: This artist’s impression…
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