The Way Out of War
A blueprint for leaving Iraq now
Staying in Iraq is not an option. Many Americans who were among the most eager to invade Iraq now urge that we find a way out. These Americans include not only civilian “strategists” and other “hawks” but also senior military commanders and, perhaps most fervently, combat soldiers. Even some of those Iraqis regarded by our senior officials as the most pro-American are determined now to see American military personnel leave their country. Polls show that as few as 2 percent of Iraqis consider Americans to be liberators.
This explains more about modern culture then fifty PH. D papers on sociological trends, Neanderthals in our midst
In last week’s online edition of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Erik Trinkaus, an anthropologist at Washington University in St. Louis, and his colleagues in Romania, published a new analysis of early modern human fossils. These 30,000-year-old bones, discovered in the Romanian cave Pestera Muierii in 1952, provide a tantalizingly close glimpse into the transition between Neanderthals and humans. The human remains display some distinctly Neanderthal-like features, suggesting that early humans and Neanderthals may have mated with each other and reproduced.
I guess some people haven’t heard about angry sex yet, California couple calls for Global Orgasm for Peace
“The orgasm gives out an incredible feeling of peace during it and after it,” Reffell said Sunday. “Your mind is like a blank. It’s like a meditative state. And mass meditations have been shown to make a change.”
That feeling of release or feeling of peace might have to do with being physically satiated and too tired to go cause trouble.