Category Archives: Education – Post-secondary

‘What the Past Is For’

‘What the Past Is For’ By LESZEK KOLAKOWSKI The following speech was delivered in the Coolidge Auditorium on Nov. 5, 2003. Futurology, on my definition, is a very serious science whose subject is not only non-existent but necessarily non-existent: for … Continue reading

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USA, be my Valentine!

A slightly belated Valentine to my true love – The USA. Fear and greed are natural instincts and do not need to be taught. However, the survival of our republic depends upon our loving our country, and the basis for this … Continue reading

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NY’s Free Medical School Tuition – Good, correct?

What has been the experience of others who have had tuition-free medical schools?  Indelible memories of a trip south may have predictive value. Buenos Aires, 1972 As Chief of Bioengineering for the University of Texas Cancer Research Center, Anderson Hospital … Continue reading

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NC DPI says, “READ THIS FIRST.”

DPI warns the reader: “READ THIS FIRST: In order to understand the charts, it is important that you first read the following information.” And I feel obligated to warn the reader that: THE CHARTS ARE TOTAL, UTTER, USELESS NONSENSE!

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