Death & The Maidens: Sylvia Plath, Assia Wevill, & Ted Hughes by Brad Kronen Ted Hughes and Sylvia Plath in their Boston apartment, 1958 “Can you understand? Someone, somewhere, can you understand me a little, love me a little? For all my despair, for all my ideals, for all that – I […]Read more "Death & The Maidens – Sylvia Plath, Assia Wevill,and Ted Hughes"
As Fritz Haber saw it, he was a German first and foremost, in particular, a Prussian. So when War broke out in the summer of 1914, Haber did what any good Prussian would do – the man devoted every waking minute to the War effort to ensure victory for the Fatherland.
This is reflected in the quote he is remembered most for saying:
“During Peace time a scientist belongs to the world, but during War time, he belongs to his country.”
– Fritz Haber
Many within his field could not have wholeheartedly disagreed more with Haber’s stance on Science’s role in times of War, such as his good friend Albert Einstein, who said on numerous occasions during both World Wars that his only allegiance was to being a Pacifist.
As the First World War raged more and more, so too did Haber’s zealotry for his country. Despite it being clearly obvious how much his patriotic drive was dividing him between long standing colleagues like Einstein and even his own spouse, Fritz Haber’s fervor for the Fatherland was undeterred.Read more "Fritz Haber – Modernity’s Mutable Angel of Life and Death, Part II : Killing Millions"
BRAD KRONEN’S HALLOWEEN DANCE PARTY ……IN HELL! Finally a Halloween Dance Party that has a good beat you can DIE to!! Come Join Brad “Dude, let me tell you what day you’re gonna die” Kronen for a very special internet talk radio show where the brain that could feed a family of Zombies until Christmas […]Read more "Brad Kronen’s Halloween Dance Party…..IN HELL!"
Remembering Joe Green: The Life & Art of Giuseppe Verdi Part VII One of the Bard of Avon’s biggest fans was none other the Father of Italian Opera, Giuseppe Verdi The “Brindisi” or Drinking Song from Giuseppe Verdi’s opera “Macbeth” Even the Maestro, himself, can be a star struck fan of artistic greatness. In fact, […]Read more "Remembering Joe Green: The Life & Art of Giuseppe Verdi, Part VII"
The Spanish tenor Alfredo Kraus singing his signature role as that not so nice guy, The Duke of Mantua from Verdi’s “Rigoletto” La Donna e Mobile from Verdi’s “Rigoletto” Necessity dictates we should start with that most popular of toe tapping ditties penned by the Maestro that everyone and their Italian grandmother can hum in their […]Read more "Remembering Joe Green: The Life & Art of Giuseppe Verdi, Part II"
The new trailer for Brad’s book “Love in the Stars”!Read more "Trailer for Brad Kronen’s book “Love in the Stars”"
An ancient depiction from the year 525 BC of the Disabled God on his “winged chariot” which we in the modern day would term a wheelchair. On Mount Olympus, all was perfect. So thought Hera, Queen of the Gods as she stood from her palace in the clouds surveying her divine Kingdom at the dawn of […]Read more "Divine Disabilities – The Myth of Hephaestus the Disabled God"