Loud, offensive, stumpy sounds attack your eardrums; as yet another day is about to begin. It's time to get up. You scramble to find your personalised technological best friend to end this nonsense noise; so eventually you can start your day in peace. Realising you don't have enough battery to listen to your favourite podcast … Continue reading How much of your free will is really yours?
As a child, I ate all parts of the animal, nothing was wasted. Breast, legs and wings are usually what you'd find genetically frozen, artificially preserved in the meat section of REWE, but from where I grew up my father chops up the entire living animal, part by part; piece by piece, right in front … Continue reading The control group