Lawrence Winkler is a physician, traveler, and natural philosopher. His molecules have morphed from medicine to manuscript. He lives with Robyn on Vancouver Island and in New Zealand, tending their gardens and vineyards, and dreams.
How bad the situation is in medical schools.
Under socialist Lula.
On Christopher Hitchens’s ‘A Hitch in Time.’
To make online hate punishable up to life in prison.
NASA is conducting tests on what might be the greatest challenge of a Mars mission: the trauma of isolation.
Is being prioritized over healthcare access.
Somaliland’s poets have toppled governments and ushered in peace.
Shows ‘safer supply’ doesn’t work.
Adverts put up in commuter hubs offering salaries double those in Britain.
Because it’s offensive.
Hackers can extract your fingerprints from sound of swiping touchscreen.
Telling Israel what to do.
‘Massive problem’ for housing in B.C.
Hamas must surrender or be eliminated.
Here’s how to fix it.
Over the past four centuries quadrillions of ants have created a strange and turbulent global society that shadows our own.
Who are like you or different from you?
A surge in open drug use has sparked difficult debates.
Telling children that enjoying the ‘written word’ is white supremacy.
Airline’s claim that online helper was responsible for its own actions was ‘remarkable.’
The country’s self-image as tolerant, decent and hard-working is being smashed. It’s only going to get worse.
10 million will soon lack access to primary care.
You didn’t evolve to live in this techno-industrialised world. Find health and happiness by embracing your wild nature.