Jan 302015
 

Alexandra Cook‘s review Jan 30, 15 · edit
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While breaking of communities is rightly a huge problem, ditching all advanced technology would be a crime. Tell everybody who’s relatives were saved by our advanced medicine that their loved ones have to die because it is better to live like “noble savages”. And the only way to save Earth from an extinction caused by a future asteroid impact would be our advanced technology.

I think the industrial phase is necessary in the development of any intelligent species. Destroy humans, elephants will do it, or something like that. We can’t go back. It is a spiral, not a circle. What we need is realistic solutions for the new era. And more tightly knit interdependent communities could be an important part of the solution.

Only the civilization can spread somebody’s message all over the globe. Ditch it, and so much goodness will be gone unnoticed… 

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Jan 302015
 

Alexandra Cook’s review Jan 30, 15 · edit
3 of 5 starsbookshelves: currently-reading

While breaking of communities is rightly a huge problem, ditching all advanced technology would be a crime. Tell everybody who’s relatives were saved by our advanced medicine that their loved ones have to die because it is better to live like “noble savages”. And the only way to save Earth from an extinction caused by a future asteroid impact would be our advanced technology.

I think the industrial phase is necessary in the development of any intelligent species. Destroy humans, elephants will do it, or something like that. We can’t go back. It is a spiral, not a circle. What we need is realistic solutions for the new era. And more tightly knit interdependent communities could be an important part of the solution.

Only the civilization can spread somebody’s message all over the globe. Ditch it, and so much goodness will be gone unnoticed… 

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Oct 062014
 

You can’t have a good quality sci-fi story with mistakes like this. The
Moon turned to be an “iron chicken” screaming and flapping its wings in
the vacuum of space! Plus quite a few other ridiculous details including the wrong age of the Moon. How this is supposed to teach our kids to like science?

Moral dilemmas are very important but even they became so repetitive! By the way, our kids already left the audience despite most of us admiring Peter Capaldi as the new Doctor and Jenna Coleman as his assistant. The parents will be leaving soon too if the series won’t improve. And they could improve.

I am sure there is plenty of excellent new writers ready to take over and recreate the series which would inspire both young and old. Pose completely new important and controversial problems. Tell us about Earth history or new discoveries in physics – realistically, please. We really need something fresh and different, not just endless repetition of themes from previous episodes plus deep disregard of modern science.

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Oct 062014
 

You can’t have a good quality sci-fi story with mistakes like this. The Moon turned to be an “iron chicken” screaming and flapping its wings in the vacuum of space! Plus quite a few other ridiculous details including the wrong age of the Moon. How this is supposed to teach our kids to like science?

Moral dilemmas are very important but even they became so repetitive! By the way, our kids already left the audience despite most of us admiring Peter Capaldi as the new Doctor and Jenna Coleman as his assistant. The parents will be leaving soon too if the series won’t improve. And they could improve.

I am sure there is plenty of excellent new writers ready to take over and recreate the series which would inspire both young and old. Pose completely new important and controversial problems. Tell us about Earth history or new discoveries in physics – realistically, please. We really need something fresh and different, not just endless repetition of themes from previous episodes plus deep disregard of modern science.

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Oct 192011
 

Northern Electric Review and Financial Statement 1992

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