Joined 10 years ago from Lexington, KY
Hello fellow Hubbers! I am looking forward to "blogging" on a regular basis again, as I did on myspace. That's where I was "Joe the Bohemian". I posted on the topics of politics, health, the evils of Big Pharma, etc. I want to focus here on health, alternative medicine, and environmental issues for the most part.
20 months ago
Socialism split off into two movements: revolutionary and reformist. Social democracy evolved from the reformist movement.
20 months ago
Fascism resulted from Marxists who reacted to World War I contrary to international proletariat loyalty in conformity with nationalist loyalty. As World War I progressed and hardships followed, fascism developed into a political movement.
4 years ago
Time is a real component of physical reality, non-spatial and immaterial. It's a core dimension of the universe, underlying change and causation. Time is unique and indispensable, embedded in everyday experience and science's conceptualization of the universe.
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