Barbara H. Peterson on August 22nd, 2016

You might think that I am an illicit drug pusher, but I’m not. What I do is legal. Acceptable. Perfectly normal. Almost every American has my product. And it is there for the children too.

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Barbara H. Peterson on August 12th, 2016

No feelings, no empathy, no remorse; machines are natural psychopaths. As we become more machine oriented, is psychopathy destined to be the norm? Do we place so little value on humanity that we are willing to sacrifice it for convenience?

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Barbara H. Peterson on August 6th, 2016

Why, if the price is nearly the same, would anyone choose pesticide-laden produce over non-pesticide-laden produce?

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Barbara H. Peterson on July 30th, 2016

Cell phones and the Internet of Things. We are told that they are here to make our lives easier. To aid us in our quest for freedom and control of our own lives. But are we really in control, or are we the ones being controlled?

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