The twentieth century saw the emergence of public funded universities and technical institutions, while technology development was concentrated in the R&D laboratories of large corporations. The age of the lone inventor—Edison, Siemens, Westinghouse, Graham Bell—had […]
Australia cruza la línea roja nuclear suscribiendo un acuerdo sobre submarinos con el Reino Unido y EE. UU.
El reciente acuerdo de 368.000 millones de dólares entre Australia, los Estados Unidos y el Reino Unido para la compra de submarinos nucleares ha sido calificado por Paul Keating, ex primer ministro australiano, como el […]
The recent Australia, U.S., and UK $368 billion deal on buying nuclear submarines has been termed by Paul Keating, a former Australian prime minister, as the “worst deal in all history.” It commits Australia to buy conventionally […]
¿Es la prohibición de los chips de EE. UU. a China una declaración de guerra en la era de la computadora?
Los Estados Unidos han hecho una gran apuesta con sus últimas sanciones globales a empresas chinas de la industria de los semiconductores, creyendo que puede dispararle en la rodilla a China y retener la dominación […]
The United States has gambled big in its latest across-the-board sanctions on Chinese companies in the semiconductor industry, believing it can kneecap China and retain its global dominance. From the slogans of globalization and “free trade” of […]
How should we remember Queen Elizabeth II and her 70 years on the British throne? It’s perhaps better to consider after the media parade about her funeral is in the rearview mirror. A number of people have reacted to […]
Remembering the great scientific crusader who showed that no biological basis for race exists — Richard Lewontin
On July 4, Richard Lewontin, the dialectical biologist, Marxist and activist, died at the age of 92, just three days after the death of his wife of more than 70 years, Mary Jane. He was […]
For rich countries, the billions of dollars of vaccine market for Big Pharma far outweigh the benefits of saving millions of lives. More than an eighth of the world’s population living in rich countries—the United States, Canada, […]