This week’s Quantum covers some big issues. The Internet is now dividing into blocs based on different world views. The Japanese have a new emperor. Also in Asia there is an extraordinary story about deaths in the election.
The madness of transgenderism and the destruction of women’s sports continues with a BBC journalist speaking of those women who were ‘assigned’ as male at birth! This results in ‘Mary’ the weight lifter.
In such a confused world we need moral guidance – can Arthur Miller bring it? Or Chinese Communism? Or a 16 year old Swedish girl?
Speaking of guidance, the authorities in Leeds have discovered a great new weapon for dealing with childhood obesity – parents!
One of the advantages of Brexit is that we can have more meaningful trade with Africa.
In Spain the Vox party make it into parliament for the first time as the Conservatives collapse and the Socialists hold on. Also in Spain (for the moment) a school in Barcelona bans over 200 childrens books for not being PC enough.
In California the shooting in a Synagogue has also brought grief to an OPC church where the killer attended.
In Australia Qantas decides to remove religious leaders from its ‘Chairmans Lounge’. But never mind they can always read Kant – with a publishers warning!
Quote of the Week:
“To be sure, this life is not everything; but it is seldom a medical man has true religious views—there is too much pride of intellect.” George Elliott – Middlemarch
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