June 2005 - What We Now Know

You won't find specific stock recommendations in "What We Now Know", but you WILL find a remarkable array of fascinating, entertaining, and always useful information on a wide range of trends in the economy, geo-politics, health and technology and more.

  • READER FEEDBACK: "THE SEX OFFENDER DILEMMA" 06/07/2005

    As we noted in our article last week, no crime stirs up more emotion than sex offenses, especially child molestation. Case in point: We received a tidal wave of emails from our readers, most of them with rather strong opinions on the matter. The probably...
  • NONSENSE RESEARCH

    20 degrees. Remember the super-computer Deep Thought in Douglas Adams' bestseller The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy , which worked seven and a half million years on finding the answer to "The Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe and...
  • SOUSVEILLANCE: WATCHING THE WATCHERS

    The classic work on surveillance is British author Jeremy Bentham's Panopticon Letters , written in 1787. Bentham, attempting to redefine penitentiary management, proposed the Panopticon, a tower structure that sat at the middle of a circular, multi...
  • Reader Feedback "The Sex Offender Dilemma"

    Due to a flood of letters on the topic, this is only a selection of reader emails handpicked by our WWNK editors. Some of the letters have been edited for length. ******************************* Granted, there is a world of difference, (regardless of...