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hails from New Zealand. An atheist, scientist, and artist, he has written at http://openparachute.wordpress.com/ since 2007. You can follow Ken on Twitter at @openparachute!

The first victim!

It is well established that the first victim in war is truth. Mind you the dispatch of truth usually comes well before the shooting starts. I have a personal interest in Ukraine and the dispatch of truth occurred for me … Continue reading

Here is a New Zealand Kickstarter project well worth supporting – a film which sets out to answer the questions: Why do religions pay few taxes? Why do companies owned by religions also avoid tax? With more non-believers than ever … Continue reading

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Mary Byrne, the convener of the anti-fluoridation activist group Fluoride Action Network of NZ, is promoting “alarming information” about incidence of neural tube developmental defects like spina bifida with the implication they are caused by community water fluoridation. Her authority … Continue reading

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Mary Byrne, the convener of the anti-fluoridation activist group Fluoride Action Network of NZ, is promoting “alarming information” about incidence of neural tube developmental defects like spina bifida with the implication they are caused by community water fluoridation. Her authority … Continue reading

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Mary Byrne, the convener of the anti-fluoridation activist group Fluoride Action Network of NZ, is promoting “alarming information” about incidence of neural tube developmental defects like spina bifida with the implication they are caused by community water fluoridation. Her authority … Continue reading

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It always seems to be the way – those who know least about a situation usually have the strongest opinions on it. That certainly seems the case for US attitudes towards the Ukraine crisis – according to a study performed by … Continue reading

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It always seems to be the way – those who know least about a situation usually have the strongest opinions on it. That certainly seems the case for US attitudes towards the Ukraine crisis – according to a study performed by … Continue reading

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It always seems to be the way – those who know least about a situation usually have the strongest opinions on it. That certainly seems the case for US attitudes towards the Ukraine crisis – according to a study performed by … Continue reading

Continue reading …

It always seems to be the way – those who know least about a situation usually have the strongest opinions on it. That certainly seems the case for US attitudes towards the Ukraine crisis – according to a study performed by … Continue reading

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Social media can be bloody frustrating at times. I do find Twitter useful for identifying interesting newspaper reports, scientific articles and videos – often long before I would see them myself on other sources. But, boy, there is loads of … Continue reading

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