Today’s Solutions: January 19, 2022

Miscellaneous

A beautiful mystery

So far, no one has been able to solve the mystery of these marvellous creations. And they are attracting increasing interest. Tijn Touber | February 2003 issue Crop circles have been around for a very long time. The earliest reports date back to the Middle Ages. Back then, as now, no one knew what Read More...

You're not my boss

Children should never, really never, be forced to do something against their will. That's the starting point of a curious movement of parents who think that every form of coercion is damaging. Dawn Friedman describes a controversial view on parenting. Dawn Friedman| February 2003 issue Four years Read More...

Asian underground surfaces

Ancient Asian and Christian spirituality lift pop music to a higher level. Tijn Touber | March 2003 issue In London Indian tablas and sitars combined with drum 'n' bass, hip-hop, ambient and funk are setting discos in motion. Little wonder when you consider how many kids must have grown up Read More...

Disturbing discovery

Kathleen Deoul couldn't find any other word than 'genocide' when she did research on conventional cancer therapies. Tijn Touber | March 2003 issue Kathleen Deoul is a woman with a mission. And, as is often the case, her own illness got her launched on it. Her target? The American healthcare system. Read More...

An interest-free world

Interest charges are a disruptive element in today's financial sector, but there are banks that charge zero percent interest. Marco Visscher | February 2003 issue In the 1970s one multinational gave its department heads a gift of underpants with the words '20% ROI' printed on them. The intention Read More...

Poland: infested with liberalism

Ten years after the great promise of capitalism, life in Poland has not improved much. But Poland will reject neo-liberalism, just as it did communism.Bernard Margueritte | March 2003 issue Poland is a remarkable concoction of the globalist cuisine. In 1989 the country made the transition from Read More...

Health Rays

Not all radiation is dangerous, it can have a healing effect. Tijn Touber | February 2003 issue Cell phones, microwave ovens, TV towers, X-rayed food ... research continues to prove that X-rays and radiation undermine people's health. Fortunately there is a development in the opposite direction. Read More...

Hidden shame

Albert Woodfox is in jail in Angola. Innocent, just as two others who are imprisoned because of a murder they didn't commit. Anita Roddick, founder of The Body Shop, reports from Angola. Anita Roddick | February 2003 issue As America marches around the planet with the blessings of its allies it Read More...