Jupiter Transits Sagittarius: A Blizzard of Blessings and Good Fortune Approaches – Part III

Jupiter Transits Sagittarius: A Blizzard of Blessings and Good Fortune Approaches Part III by Brad Kronen The two biggest lottery drawings played throughout most of the United States (44 states to be exact), the Mega Millions and Power Ball Lotteries both stand to have jackpot grand prizes that will break new records by the planet […]

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Jupiter Transits Sagittarius: A Blizzard of Blessings and Good Fortune Approaches – Part II

Heads up, everyone! Not only will the King of Planets’ upcoming transit through its own sign of Sagittarius be affecting the hyper lucky, in the second installment of this Jupiterian series Brad provides his predictions as to which areas of society will be the benefactors of the Great Benefic’s bestowments of both blessings and bounty during the calendar year of 2019!

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Fritz Haber – Modernity’s Mutable Angel of Life and Death, Part II : Killing Millions

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.

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