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Accelerationism: how a fringe philosophy predicted the future we live in

Accelerationism: how a fringe philosophy predicted the future we live in

Half a century ago, in the great hippie year of 1967, an acclaimed young American science fiction writer, Roger Zelazny, published his third novel. In many ways, Lord of Light was of its time, shaggy with imported Hindu mythology and cosmic dialogue. Yet

11 May 2017 in World News

‘A lost freedom’: When new age travellers found acid house – in pictures

In the wake of the second summer of love in 1988, acid house seemed to alter pop culture as a whole; its influence changed everything from the sound of indie bands to the productions of Stock Aitken Waterman. But few groups embraced it with quite the ent

10 May 2017 in Art & Culture

Cambridge: Brexit puts voters in Lib Dem-Labour limbo

In 2015, Sam Owens campaigned vigorously in Cambridge for the Labour party. He paced the streets and knocked on doors; sometimes he took his six-year-old son along to help after school. A lifelong Labour voter, the wine merchant donated money and spoke a

10 May 2017 in Politics

Undiscovered south-east Asia: remote towns and secret beaches

THAILAND Nan Facebook Twitter Pinterest Considered by many to be the most remote city in Thailand, Nan lies in a river valley along the Thai-Laos border. Indeed, Nan was so difficult to reach that it managed to stay autonomous for centuries, only incorpo

10 May 2017 in Travel

Wednesday briefing: Trump, feeling FBI heat, fires its boss

Top story: ‘Terrifying, astonishing and Nixonian’ Good morning, it’s Warren Murray with the news you need right now. How does a US president allay suspicions he is in cahoots with the Russians? Presumably not by sacking the man in charge of investigating

10 May 2017 in World News

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