About Project Sentinel

Welcome to Project Sentinel.

(If you’re looking for the Main feed of this blog, click on “Home” in the “Menu” above.)

Project Sentinel is a website about current affairs, political commentary, social sciences, and the art of debate. It’s also sort of a personal project for me, a 16-year-old student in Singapore, to help me understand the confusing, hectic world around us all.

Berlin Wall

As this is written, wars are being fought, violence is rampant, and people suffer – like just about any point in recorded human history. But why and how did this happen? The reasons are often complicated, difficult to face, and are rooted deep within our flawed human nature. In this website I hope that you will find clear and simple explanations about these various issues in the world, along with novel and creative points-of-view about them – even if you have no idea what these issues are.

Understanding these problems is a matter of understanding their history and how they came to exist. Hence Project Sentinel, where I will attempt to track the development of world events and play the part of a guardian – a sentinel, watching carefully and offering insight wherever possible.

Awareness on an individual level is the first step to building a world of peace and prosperity, as a collective species. Sadly, the world is not yet at that stage. Still there is conflict. Still there is unthinkable, unnecessary violence.

Earth

Here is a picture of the planet Earth. All of our science and culture and literature, every single fragment of human experience, and every single human being* has only ever existed on this little shiny marble. It is a very beautiful marble. I am very proud to say that this is the world we live in. I put it as the background picture to remind me.

 

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*except for some astronauts.

Picture 1: http://www.dogonews.com/2014/11/12/commemorating-the-25th-anniversary-of-the-fall-of-the-berlin-wall

Picture 2: http://7-themes.com/6787605-earth-wallpaper.html

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