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In April 2007, Michael Vick was implicated in an unlawful dog fighting ring that operated over a period of five years. In August 2007, he plead guilty to felony charges, […]
The gossip mills go crazy for a celebrity dying before their time, and that was just as true in the 18th century as it is today. But instead of Michael […]
When it comes to thinking big, it doesn’t get much bigger than determining the most significant year in human history. The Economist’s MoreIntelligentLife.com has launched a poll asking visitors to […]
There’s a certain Wild West mentality that reigns supreme on the internet. That could all change with a precedent-setting court ruling on a recent name-calling incident. Former Australian Vogue cover […]
We’ve all heard enough tired analogies about money to fill a bank vault, but what happens when a recession, a lagging dollar, and general social malaise all conspire together? By […]
On its homepage, the State Department lists a number of countries that are unsafe for American tourists. But inevitably, tourists like the three hikers in northern Iraq find themselves on […]
Time and it's predecessor.
Sonia Sotomayor's confirmation as the first Hispanic Supreme Court Justice is being hailed as a earth shattering breakthrough for minorities within the legal establishment. Wrong. It's a diversion.
Miller-McCune is reporting today on a Personality and Social Psychologystudy indicating that a connection to nature not only has stress-reducing and healing qualities, but that it also makes us kinder […]
Hope was in the air at NASA last month, when, in addition to celebrating the 40th anniversary of landing the first man on the moon, the agency also got a […]
In last week’s Wall Street Journal, CEO of Whole Foods John Mackey argued against Obama’s health care plan and laid out eight of his own ideas for reform. “The last […]
There are plenty of signs of an impending apocalypse. Most recently, disgraced baseball star Jose Canseco announced he would be boxing Rodney King in September while TV reality dad Jon […]
I am based in Beirut this summer, and you can’t pick up a newspaper without reading about a Middle East country wracked by war, a Shiite-led insurgency, and Islamist extremism. […]
“Usually if I’m standing in front of an audience, they’ve got spikes in their faces. It means a lot for me to be here.” Last Thursday, Eli Roth, “torture porn” […]
For Yang, his adventurous attitude won the major. Sunday’s 14th, 16th and the 18th second hybrid shot killed the calculated Tiger.rnMarvelous textbook! Too calculated make him tense and down.rn
In my twenties, I was confused with my “wings.” I was left wing on some things, right wing on others. How left was I? I wanted to reform capitalism democratically […]
As U.S. forces begin their pullout from Iraq, tensions between the Kurdish region and Baghdad are rising. A nationwide census, as mandated by the constitution, has been held up again. […]
Delos M. Cosgrove, a heart surgeon, told the New York Times he'd stop hiring obese people if he could because being overweight is a "disease."
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In this article concepts of greed, desire and sustainability are explored. It is shown that by sublimating our greed impulses and desires into higher good and by living a simple life we all can live happily and sustainably.
Could this be significant enough to answer the debate?
Which is really more effective in the modern era when it comes to the debate between self interest and Marxism?
The New Times’ Art Beat blog has been covering J.D. Salinger’s attempt to prevent an alleged sequel to his famous “Catcher in the Rye” from being sold in the U.S. […]
They’ve given rise to indie band names and tales of death at sea, but could rogue waves—seemingly random ocean events that exceed 60 feet in height—actually be predictable? Not quite, […]
Working in EM fields by use of emotions.
This year, the National Institute of Health highlighted a series of games that used their influence on human behavior to help instill positive lifestyle traits, particularly among young people.
A news article from New Zealand, more relevant to the dark ages. https://www.stuff.co.nz/the press/news/christchurch/2746441/Faith-healers-attack-cancer-with-prayer
Today, Tara-Parker Pope of the New York Times “Well” blog reports on a flurry of studies suggesting that, contrary to popular opinion, running may in fact be good for your […]