[16 – 2] The final installment of the History of optics is up over at Atlas Shrugs: The History of Optics, part 6.
[T]he English-speaking world, and the United States in particular, is responsible for championing one of the most dangerous ideas of our time: the proposition nation. Everybody from Saudi Arabia to Somalia can supposedly be imported to the USA and the American political system should be exported to other cultures, by force if necessary. The USA is supposed to be a “universal nation,” but there is no such thing. Under Obama, I fear that the USA will no longer be the land of the free, home of the brave, but rather a global enforcer of non-discrimination and Diversity, the Multicultural Empire. Some would argue that this was the case already under Clinton and Bush, but it certainly will be the case now.
The History of Optics, part 6
The History of Optics, part 5
The Decline of the English-Speaking World
A History of Optics, part 4
Why Was There No Chinese Newton?
Fjordman reviews Spencer’s Stealth Jihad
Western Civilization and Socratic Dialogue
Den Neuen Lebensraum
A History of Optics, part 3
A History of Optics, part 2
On Deconstructing the Majority: Nothing To Do With Islam? Really?
A History of Optics, part 1
The Importance of Cicero in Western Thought
The Germanic Languages and the History of English
The Impact of Western Medicine
More Fjordman files here.