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AAPS News November 2023 – Net Zero

Our science has progressed beyond that of the academy at Lagado in Gulliver’s Travels. One project was “extracting sunbeams out of cucumbers, which were to be put in phials hermetically sealed, and let out to […]

AAPS News September 2023 – Beyond Fascism

 Volume 79, no. 9  September 2023 For decades, programs from both parties have been billed as “public-private partnerships.” While that may be the definition of fascism, it is applauded as having the good part of […]

AAPS News August 2023 – Transitioning America

 Volume 79, no. 8  August 2023 An attempt to transition America—to bring about Barack Obama’s promised “fundamental transformation”—is well underway. The rainbow “Pride” flag is replacing the Stars and Stripes in places like schoolrooms, and […]

AAPS News May 2023 – Dataism

 Volume 79, no. 5  May 2023 With enormous numbers of pixels, one can create images that look indistinguishable from reality. Virtual reality is now pervasive in entertainment. In Neal Stephenson’s 1992 science-fiction novel Snow Crash, the […]

AAPS News April 2023 – State Religion

Volume 79, no. 4  April 2023 If religion is defined as “ultimate concern,” then even committed atheists have a religion. Our Founders were opposed to a federal established church, but the “wall of separation” between […]

AAPS News March 2023 – Irreconcilable Differences

 Volume 79, no. 3  March 2023 Divisiveness has reached such a point that some are actually contemplating a divorce between “red” states and “blue” states, and Kurt Schlichter writes novels about it. Given the power […]

AAPS News February 2023 – The Biostate

Volume 79, no. 2 The biostate was born, it is said, at the meeting of G20 leaders in Bali, Indonesia, Nov 15-16, 2022. Its declaration (https://tinyurl.com/4z7n5ktb) called for the establishment of a global vaccine passport […]