Monthly Archives: March 2014

Why Forgive the British?

The U.K. is going down. They feel it. The probability is high that Scotland will be independent and Northern Ireland might soon join Ireland. The advancement in science and engineering is also slowing down, to an extent where they need … Continue reading

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James Bond Or Siu-jian Liu

Who is Siu-jian Liu? A Chinese spy? This is where Russians have to learn from Chinese. Very often, they complain about the James Bond franchise employing Russian actresses to give the world an illusion that Russian women are whores and … Continue reading

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Why Does China Look Better Than Russia Now?

I was half-joking in my previous post, where I painted American stealth solar drones as a military threat. At least, I sounded scared. They can be, but they have to fly faster. Without heat emission, nothing can travel near the … Continue reading

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Two Comments

Well, I’ve been following Quartz for a few months now. Today, I see two pieces of news worth commenting. Well, they only allow you to like the news but not to comment on them. So, I’ve decided to write my … Continue reading

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How About Nanodrones?

Well, we are now getting into the realm of science fiction. The best question to ask is whether they work better than viruses. Viruses have many advantages over nanodrones. Firstly, they can always be naturally occurring such that only God … Continue reading

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Drone Attacks In Pakistan

When you are number one, you can do whatever you want without any consequence. The drone attacks in Pakistan (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drone_attacks_in_Pakistan) present one of the best examples. Drones don’t think very much. If you are hot, can move and look a … Continue reading

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Why I Am Not A Buddhist

I love peace as much as Buddhists do, but I can’t afford to be a Buddhist. Hopefully, not much else is going to happen other than more sanctions against Russia. I’m not too worried. After all, I don’t have any … Continue reading

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