We're reminded more than once that evil needs help in order to flourish.
If Nazi Germany had been as efficient as some people claim, they would probably have won the war.
If we’re fortunate, we gain such qualities as wisdom, maturity, and patience with age, but that’s entirely a result of experience and reflection accumulated with the passage of time.
"Journey to Babel" makes for a fascinating thought exercise on the classic Star Trek themes of risk and sacrifice.
Combining differences often creates strength rather than weakness.
Choose your experts, then let your experts do the choosing.
Time and space take little notice of our affairs.
Like a lot of people, books and movies helped me navigate the discouraging events of 2020.
When we make war on others, we are, ultimately, making war on our own kind.
Spock in "The Galileo Seven" is less like Captain Bligh and more reminiscent of the best and the brightest...