Monthly Archives: August 2010

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Written on Aug, 26, 2010 by in | Leave a comment
Britain’s first clone-descended calf

In August 2010 there was some public concern in Britanhen it leaked out that meat from the offspring of a cld co has entered the British food chain, and the Britisauthorities, The Food Standard Agency (FSA) admitted this for the first time. The row over cloned meat erupted after an unnamed farmer claimed in an American newspaper that he had …

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Written on Aug, 26, 2010 by in | Leave a comment
Krishna Menon & Pundit Nehru

India lost the 1962 war with China because of Nehru & Menon, who did not prepare the Indian Army for defense Simply speaking, it is not simply simple There is no easy solution. It is gut-wrenching. Divorce is always painful. Though we lose possession, of course, there are gains to be made somewhere. But this is not the case for Manipur, …

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Written on Aug, 25, 2010 by in | Leave a comment
The secret of Mona Lisa’s smile (no eyebrows)

Almost all the educated people in Manipur must have heard of and seen the painting of Mona Lisa. I heard about it in school, even in those ancient days. Mona Lisa is the most famous, most reproduced and most parodied portrait of all time. It is called “La Gioconda” in Italy. It was in the news in August 2010 as …

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Written on Aug, 20, 2010 by in | Leave a comment
Flood in Pakistan Kashmir 2010

In the midst of natural disasters occurring around the world evangelist American Christians who believe the world was designed and created by a God, advocate the grace, compassion and mercy of Jesus and that God uses natural disasters to send messages to certain groups of people who defy him. I ask for evidence. All wishful thinking. I am out of …

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Written on Aug, 11, 2010 by in , | Leave a comment
Jasoda with baby krishna

WHO CAME FIRST There are many similarities between Krishna and Christ. They are topics of debate for many scholars. There is controversy about who came first: Krishna or Christ. The initial reaction by scholars like Weber and Hopkins was to suggest that the Krishna legends copied earlier Christian stories. In my continuing effort as a secular humanist to explain that …

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Written on Aug, 11, 2010 by in | Leave a comment
Painting of Krishna as king of Dwarka

The above heading is quoted from an article by Gene D. Matlock in the magazine ISRAEL (thinkisrael.com/gems). In my continuing effort as a secular humanist to explain that there is not much difference between Hinduism and Christianity in their origins and philosophical contexts, I will write a resume of the article in a nutshell. I acknowledge and allow religious diversity …

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Written on Aug, 08, 2010 by in | Leave a comment
life and death 1

   Life and death are not in the hands of God Religious bigotry and fanaticism have recently become more widespread in certain sections of Muslims of the worlmong American Christians, which are offensive propaganda to the secularist viewpoint. We are all familiar with the jihadis. What is least known is that in the United States the propaganda has assumed the …

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