This is not the time to play around! In the moonlight Within the endless shadows And the wind blow They will receive courage To the target Release your fury and Smash their twisted heart!
In the moonlight Within the crying moon And the wind blow Within the howling wind Into danger Kakuranger Swirling in the sky the servants of hell Rain down on us With their wicked ways We will not lose, we'll beat them! These eyes, eyes and skin We feel a faint aura Shrouded in darkness, They have targeted our way of life We won't be fooled!
We won't forgive!
In the moonlight Those that are hidden Fight in secret will stop the evil We are the soldiers Kakuranger In the moonlight Within the endless shadows And the wind blow They will receive courage To the target Now release your fury Smash their twisted hearts! In the moonlight Within the crying moon And the wind blow and within the howling wind Into danger Kakuranger.
Sign In Don't have an account? Britain's Royal Society has become a show-case for high-tech, and high tech is perceived as the means the generate wealth—and this is deemed to be "realistic": the way of the world; not only acceptable, but virtuous. Science, in short, is in danger of losing its integrity and its intellectual independence—of becoming the handmaiden of big business and the most powerful governments.
Since we cannot assume that increasing wealth and top-down technical control are good for the human race as a whole, or for our fellow creatures, science for all its wonder and all its achievements is in danger of becoming the enemy of humankind. Worst of all perhaps is that those in high places—both in science and in politics—don't seem to realize that this is happening.
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They do not listen to criticism. The status quo for all its obvious flaws and indeed its horrors is seen as "progress". But those who are doing well out of it, including those intellectuals who have chosen to go along with the act, cannot even begin to consider that they could be wrong.
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