Marcel Albers

My twelfth driver spotlight for BadgerGP, this time on the Dutch talent, Marcel Albers. Driver Spotlight: Marcel Albers

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The Belgian and the German

A quarter of a century ago, one driver’s mistake opened the door for the beginning of a legend. The story about Bertrand Gachot, Michael Schumacher, and the 1991 Belgian Grand Prix, all told on BadgerGP: The Belgian and the German  

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Don’t ask, don’t tell

“Don’t ask, don’t tell,” was the slogan used by the Clinton presidency in 1994, to resolve the issue of gay acceptance in the United States military. It seemingly solved the problem, precisely by leaving it unresolved. It’s exemplary for the past decades. In an unprecedented way we’ve seen social, environmental and political problems succeed each other in rapid succession, as […]

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The Path review

Great (largely successful) attempt of accessibly applying ancient Chinese philosophy to today. (Just want to put one small FU here to the authors for implying the world is made by humans (and we can therefor alter it) and that environmentalism is nonsense.)

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Ender’s Game review

Ender’s Game is one of my favourite books. It’s not that the literary form is of such advanced prose, but the story and the inner-mechanics of the protagonist are par to none. Ender’s Game is a book about rational thoughts and emotional struggles — told through children — which are present in us all.

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The place really lives

This was written two years ago as a answer to the question, ‘What is your favorite scent?’, on Quora, and it still rings true to this day. My favourite smell is that of the Veluwe, the area which I think of as my homeground. I don’t live there anymore now, but every time I return […]

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