Here are some interesting findings from Psychological Science.
This is interesting! I wonder if a “critical mass” will be reached.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Jeremy Lane sat during the national anthem in Oakland Thursday night before the team’s game against the Raiders.
This is a very excellent story. It is so easy for us to make judgements based upon the veneer, the surface, without engaging in the more difficult task – digging deeper.
Life is not a Facebook feed
This article was just published in the New York Times. It is based on a recently study in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS). I am reminded of Kuhn’s – The Structure of Scientific Revolutions (1962). The idea that most fMRI research is flawed, is surely revolutionary.
A new study reveals a fundamental flaw in neuroscience research.
I recently discovered this amazing singer/songwriter. I find her songs to be quite deep, reflective, and intense (at times). I love her sound (looper, reverb, alternate tunings, and all) as it serves a perfect backdrop to her story.
An excellent article published in the New York Times.
By JOHN LELAND
Published: Aug. 25, 2016
Residents of Sag Harbor’s African-American neighborhoods on Long Island worry that an influx of investors who are sweeping up properties will forever alter the community’s character.
This just in from the New York Times. An article based NASA data and a study published in the journal – Nature Climate Change:
Well, this is an interesting article on ancient mixed couples and procreation. Recently published in the journal, Science.