Commentary

Space, man

Agnostics anonymous

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Any attempt to locate humanity in the cosmos aspires to the
condition of science fiction. It’s well known that L. Ron Hubbard
was a science fiction writer, his crowning work being the
cosmological fables of Scientology.  But anyone who takes
religion seriously enough to try to imagine it real ends up working
in the same genre. Harold Bloom described the literary effect of
Paradise Lost as akin to the most …

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