The risk of an end to the human race may sound like science fiction. However, there are only a small number of threats that could theoretically lead to the extinction of mankind. The four main concerns that most experts share … Continue reading →
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On the wall of Arthur and Marion’s house is a calendar. By the light of the paraffin lamp I can see that it’s three years out of date, but being illiterate, they can’t read the anti-corruption message that each month … Continue reading →
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