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Throwback Thursday: Scythe

by Neal Shusterman

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“My greatest wish for humanity is not for peace or comfort or joy. It is that we all still die a little inside every time we witness the death of another. For only the pain of empathy will keep us human. There’s no version of God that can help us if we ever lose that.” 

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Throwback Thursday: The Bourne Identity

by Robert Ludlum

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“I was proven right. I stand on that!”
“You’re not going to stand on anything General, you’re going to fall right on your iron arse. Because The Monk was right, your man is the best, with or without a memory. He’s bringing [him in]. Delivering him right to your god damn front door.”
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Throwback Thursday: Secrets of the Dead

by Malcolm Rose

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“Science deals with certainty. It’s either right or wrong. There’s no doubt.”
“No. People always seem to think that, but there’s no absolute truth in science, you know. Someone has a theory and everyone else tries to knock it down. That’s how it’s done. Scientists don’t prove things to be true, they just prove the bad theories wrong, then it’s regarded as their best stab at the truth. There’s no real certainty.”
-Page 117

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