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Surrounding Earth is a powerful magnetic field created by swirling liquid iron in the planet’s core. Earth’s magnetic field may be nearly as old as the Earth itself – and […]
Learn how to practice "self-indifference."
Most diseases don't differ depending on where you're from. Schizophrenia, however, is heavily dependent on your culture.
There are real problems that our society faces, and only through expert-level knowledge can we solve them. All across the country, you can see how the seeds of it develop from […]
Nothing is 100% safe or 100% effective, but vaccine-hesitancy is even worse. It’s one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make in your life: do I vaccinate my child, and […]
Some basic areas we could all use some improvement in.
As we urbanize, a new study flags the need for lots of green spaces.
New research from the University of Buffalo makes the case for the smartphone.
The FIRE movement believes frugality is key to retiring in your 30s; others think the movement is about privilege more than prudence.
At least 60 will be running at the federal level, and thousands for state offices.
One achievable solution can stop the epidemic of school shootings in the United States without restricting the guns of law-abiding citizens.
It all surrounds your outlook on the self-presentation process.
Other tech unveiled includes a (somewhat creepy) AI personal photographer, new VR gear, and a very affordable mini assistant.
After more than two years, we’ve visited all 110 objects. Have a look back at each one! “If you keep your eyes open enough, oh, the stuff you will learn. […]
Winter is coming, bringing along with it an icy chill and one more reason not to go to the gym. But there are a few personal strategies and mental hacks you can employee to get yourself geared up for your workout.
Here’s how to put all of the wonders of the Universe at the tips of your fingers. Literally! “Once I knew only darkness and stillness… my life was without past […]
We may think we're free to choose what to eat and how to eat it, but food companies maximize their profits by restricting our choices
The Descendants is the most critically acclaimed film in the theatres right now. I’m not sure I know quite why. Well, one reason is the excellent track record of its […]
Our famous novelist Jonathan Franzen gave quite the challenging commencement address at Kenyon. Here’s what he said about technology and eros: Let me toss out the idea that, as our […]
Well, after sorting through all of the Leadership Day 2010 posts, tracking down incorrect URLs, deleting a few nonexistent items, and reviewing some attempts to recycle old posts, I believe […]
This semester in the sophomore-level course I teach on “Communication and Society,” we spent several weeks examining the many ways that individuals and groups are using the internet to alter […]
Because of eurocentrism. But probably not for much longer.
Human beings give their attention readily to people who already have it. It doesn’t matter if a guy won fame for his action movies, people will listen to his advice […]
The first job my mother ever held involved plucking hundreds of dandelions by their tenacious little roots from her family’s tiny lawn. Her father had set her to the task, […]