"When will our media reflect America on abortion?" asks William McGurn at The Wall Street Journal now that a Gallup poll has reported that half of America is pro-life.
"When will our media reflect America on abortion?" asks William McGurn at The Wall Street Journal now that a Gallup poll has reported that half of America is pro-life. Aware of the difference between saying something is wrong and that it should be outlawed—according to Gallup, half of Americans say abortion is wrong, but that they do not necessarily support outlawing it—McGurn was surprised by media from NPR to Slate that gave speculative reasons as to why the Gallup poll doesn't reflect the "true" outlook on abortion in America. "Overall, Gallup's findings about Americans and abortion reflect less a political prescription than a sensibility," says McGurn.
Are university safe spaces killing intellectual growth?
Our experience of time may be blinding us to its true nature, say scientists.
- Time may not be passing at all, says the Block Universe Theory.
- Time travel may be possible.
- Your perception of time is likely relative to you and limited.
From questionable shipwrecks to outright attacks, they clearly don't want to be bothered.
- Many have tried to contact the Sentinelese, to write about them, or otherwise.
- But the inhabitants of the 23 square mile island in the Bay of Bengal don't want anything to do with the outside world.
- Their numbers are unknown, but either 40 or 500 remain.
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