Why should some countries have the right to possess nuclear weapons, while others should not? Does moral integrity determine that right? Moral integrity based on political, economic or religious criteria is unstable and thus clearly not what it takes to warrant lasting global peace.
Engineers are reportedly developing a new type of camera with an extraordinary amount of pixels and based on the so-called cosmic reflection.
It would not only allow us to photograph the visible but also the invisible.
Many (video-)games today are focused on war and violence and have little to do with edifying human values. They actually freeze human warmth. They often aim at maximum virtual destruction of people and material. Life seems to be worth just a few cents or nothing at all in their world.
Rules are fine if they are constructive. If they limit a person’s capacity to develop into an honest and caring human being they should be questioned. They should be rethought to strengthen and foster humanity or human values.
How can anyone be called a hero
when he killed and maimed innocent people? How can anyone be called a hero when he killed and maimed defenceless children? How can anyone be called a hero when his weapon is terror and destruction? It is easy to be a false hero. But it takes part of your very self to be a true and lasting hero.