Redefining Spirituality and Debunking Magical Thinking In the Modern Age
Sleeplessness and fatigue getting you down? Turns out the trick is respecting that big star in the sky.
A Kentucky photograph appears to show a soul leaving a body. Why do our brains assign metaphysical meaning to blurs?
Considering the recent Baton Rouge police shooting, the Middle-Eastern migration crisis, and the spike in extremism worldwide, it seems religion certainly isn’t helping. Where metaphysics trumps physical reality,...
Wilt Chamberlain dominated basketball. Yet given the chance to improve one critical element of his game, he let popular opinion override physics.
The Freedom From Religion Foundation sent out over a thousand letters warning public schools away from this creationist propaganda.
Humans like to believe evolution implies progress. As Stephen Jay Gould notes, Darwin warned of this misunderstanding. We may be better at adapting to our present, regrettable circumstances.
While people treat bread like the devil, Michael Pollan thinks it might just be our impatience creating the real issue.
Hash-tag capitalism, paid posts, and transparent (but not honest) sponsored captions - will this social media influencer trend ever end?
Sebastian Junger takes a big-picture look at depression, PTSD, and the importance of the tribe in his new book.
In Queer Virtue, gay Episcopal priest Elizabeth M. Edman argues for a new take on this old religion.
The gun industry is in the business of selling its products. Exploiting our belief system is part of its corporate model.
The faithless and feminine have taken control over the battle of the Seven Kingdoms.
Intuition is not a mystical realm of psychology, but rather unconscious pattern recognition.
Engaging with the world might not be comfortable, but it's much healthier than ignoring what you don't want to see.
Economic disparity and character development are both influenced by the underlying root of poor performance.
AspireAssist received a governmental blessing for a stomach pump that dumps out a third of what you just ate.
In the past six years, Hungary has gone from democracy to extreme conservatism. Can this happen elsewhere?
The evolution of driving might disconnect us from each other even more.
From amputees to porn addicts, the art of touch is being explored and monetized by the growing haptics industry.
Believing life is fair might be better for your emotional health, but it also presents risks in how you treat others.