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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- As you look at the above image, please let me ask you a simple question: What do you see? Do you see a sick man lying on a bed with a friendly looking doctor standing by his bedside? Do you see only men in the picture and wonder, Why not women? Do yo
What do you do when your keenly anticipated hacker camp releases details of its upcoming badge and you really want to have a go at coding for it, but there are no badges for you to try yet? If you are [Artdanion], this is not a problem, you simply bu
Mathematics is a form of poetry which transcends poetry in that it proclaims a truth; a form of reasoning which transcends reasoning in that it wants to bring about the truth it proclaims; a form of action, of ritual behavior, which does not find ful
Update by Kip Hansen   Last week I wrote about UCAR/NCARs very interesting discussion on What is the average global temperature now?. Part of that discussion revolved around the question of why current practitioners of Climate Science insist
"For the past 96 years, the annual Santa Fe Indian Market has been the largest cultural event in the Southwest, bringing together upwards of 1,100 Indigenous artists from the U.S. and Canada, and 150,000 visitors from around the world, more than doub
In the cemetery around Chiesa Vecchia in Macugnaga, at the bottom of Monte Rosa (and the other size from Zermatt), there is such a number of alpinists and guides buried there that the cemetery is called the cemetery of the alpinists. A memorial recal
How can Americans in the South learn history if there are no local public monuments memorializing Union Generals Grant, Sherman, Meade, Sheridan and George Thomas, who was a Unionist Virginian? And how can residents of the American South learn about
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are here. The usual disclaimers apply. Rank Paper Downloads 1. Revenge Against Robots Christina Mulligan Brooklyn Law School Date Posted: 10 Aug 2017 [new to top ten] 118 2. Law & Neuroscience: What, Why, and Where to Begin Owen D....
If there’s one thing photographerDustin Dolbyhas mastered, it’s efficient workflow. His educational Youtube channel has accrued nearly 2 million hits by simply walking through his strategies for creating professional looking image
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In her seriously flawed recent book Democracy in Chains, historian Nancy MacLean argues that James Buchanan and many other libertarians are anti-democratic and that their supposed opposition to Brown v. Board of Education helps prove the charge. The
Name: Jil and Jeff Location: Leslieville Toronto, Canada Size: 1,250 square feet Years lived in: Owned 2 years Originally from the Canada's East Coast, Jil and Jeff moved to Toronto in pursuit of career opportunities. They brought along not only the
"A lie by omission may be a small one, but for a movement so vocally concerned with where things come from, the proprietors of craft culture often seem strangely uninterested in learning or conveying the stories of the people who first mastered those
Isn't there always? A chocolate sandwich filled with creme filling may be a reliable staple, but Cadbury has now taken Oreo up so many notches that the original is just a tiny muddy brown spot, hazy in the distance. Cadbury and Oreo are partnering to
The modern internal combustion engine is an engineering marvel. We’re light-years ahead of simple big blocks and carburetors, and now there are very fast, very capable computers sensing adjusting the spark timing, monitoring the throttle po
The U.S. media is currently saturated with hot takes, histories, weird facts, “how to’s” and weather reports around the Great American Eclipse that will glide across the continent on Monday (yes, THIS Monday, it&#821
I am having a very difficult time accepting my fiance’s past relationships. His past is not a past as he has two ex-wives and a kid from each of those marriages (although he questions if he is the real father and was not really in their liv
The faded advertisements on old brick buildings often go unnoticed, and they're disappearing fast. Ghost signs have a special place in any city. Hand-painted signs were a popular form of advertising between the 1880s and the 1950s, before ads could b
The modern internal combustion engine is an engineering marvel. We’re light-years ahead of simple big blocks and carburetors, and now there are very fast, very capable computers sensing adjusting the spark timing, monitoring the throttle po
We sat in the office of the intensive care unit under fluorescent lights, both staring at computer screens covered in vital signs and labs. It was the summer of my second year of residency, and I spent it entirely in the intensive care unit. There we
Anthony has generously offered me space in his campground up North. As a young nerd I, of course, imagined eventually seeing a total eclipse at some point in my life and this is my chance. I am now on the road and I won’t be back until at l
Although few people know this depression symptom, its frequently reported by sufferers. Try one of PsyBlog's ebooks, all written by Dr Jeremy Dean: Activate: How To Find Joy Again By Changing What You Do (NEW) The Anxiety Plan: 42 Strategies For Worr
Research into a symbiosis between plants and fungi is challenging our ideas of consciousness and intelligence. in the last few years there has been a explosion of interest in what is sometimes called plant "neurobiology." Plants and trees don't have
The SETI Institute’s Laser SETI campaign made it past the finish line. Many thanks to the many Centauri Dreams readers who helped to make this happen. All sky, all the time SETI should produce astrophysical discoveries we haven’t
Obama swept the top ten. In the midst of all of the pain and hateful speech surrounding us this past week, former president Barack Obama surpassed Ariana Grande with the most-liked tweet on the platform. No one is born hating another person because o
We write a lot about trends for the kitchen, because we want you to know what's out there, and seeing beautiful and new ideas is fun. But the truth, of course, is that you don't really want your kitchen to be trendy. You want your kitchen to be timel
By Renee Hannon Introduction In my previous WUWT post, I proposed a conceptual process model describing the influences of astronomical controls on interglacial warm periods and glacial cycles (Figure 1). The warm onsets with rapidly increasing temper
Time/Traveler: a new tool that lets users look at the timing around when new words entered the print lexicon. [Merriam Webster] "Every day, new words are added to the English language. Sometimes they're good, sometimes they're bad, and sometimes they
Michael Shermer in The American Scholar: Have you ever thought about killing someone? I have, and I confess that it brought me peculiar feelings of pleasure to fantasize about putting the hurt on someone who had wronged me. I am...Michael Shermer in
Jeff Bryant assesses the confusion within the Democratic party over “education reform.” Some Democrats (too few) have realized that preservation of public schools are part of the party’s fundamental agenda. Others (like
The two Voyager probes changed how we view science and the Universe. (credit: National Geographic) This weekend, NASA's historic Voyager spacecrafts celebrate their 40th year in space. The missions have given humanity many awe-inspiring discoveries i
How often have you wished you could reduce the size of a drillbit? [Ben Katz] has a bunch of projects in mind that use a tight-tolerance 22mm bore–but he didn’t have a 22mm reamer handy. Rather than buy one, he thought, why notreg
Matt Bruenig in People's Policy Project: In the New York Times, David Leonhardt shared a version of the following graph produced by Piketty, Saez, and Zucman as part of their Distributive National Accounts project. What the graph shows is that...Matt
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Jeff Bryant assesses the confusion within the Democratic party over “education reform.” Some Democrats (too few) have realized that preservation of public schools are part of the party’s fundamental agenda. Others (like
I'm not surprised. As if you needed further proof that people who prefer Pepsi over Coke are sociopaths flawed, a new study suggests that “brand incompatibility” can actually be detrimental to your relationship. A team at Duke Uni
Discussing a new divide: those who walk because they can and those who walk because they must. Why people walk now and where they walk illustrates a cultural chasm. At the end of this article is a corollary article "The Walking Poor" you can click on
How often have you wished you could reduce the size of a drillbit? [Ben Katz] has a bunch of projects in mind that use a tight-tolerance 22mm bore–but he didn’t have a 22mm reamer handy. Rather than buy one, he thought, why notreg
From the Arabian Gulf: My boss, also a “friend”, has – multiple times over the last couple years – insisted that first hand experiences of mine never happened. She will literally dig in her heels, turn pink and
Richard Marshall interviews Fiona Wollard in 3:AM Magazine: 3:AM: Why dont you think we could just take it as a basic fact that doing harm is ethically worse than allowing harm but not acting oneself? And if we dont like... Richard Marshall interview
The Home Owners' Loan Corporation (HOLC) was a government-sponsored corporation created as part of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's New Deal. Its purpose was to refinance home mortgages which were in default to prevent foreclosure. The HOLC is often
During the total solar eclipse, skywatchers can see the corona: the hellish, mysterious outer atmosphere that NASA plans to probe in 2018.
Click image to enlargeA cognitive cost of the need to achieve? Modrek, Anahid; Kuhn, Deanna Cognitive Development: Vol. 44 2017: 12 - 20 10.1016/j.cogdev.2017.08.003
In 2011, the Texas legislature cut more than $5 billion from the state’s public schools, which enroll 5.3 million children. Over the past six years, that amount was never restored, and once again this year the legislature failed to act on a
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The Internet has encouraged so many cool and interesting ways of creating. Scrolling through Kickstarter, to pick just one website, can expose you to an incredible variety of artistic endeavors that you can support, many of which involve board games.
(Thanks to Meaghan Good of the Charley Project for the guest post. -ed.) At eight in the morning on this date in 1909, Richard Justin was hanged at Crumlin Road Prison in Belfast, Ireland (now Northern Ireland) for the murder of his four-year-old dau
In 2011, the Texas legislature cut more than $5 billion from the state’s public schools, which enroll 5.3 million children. Over the past six years, that amount was never restored, and once again this year the legislature failed to act on a
Here are guidelines for watching the Aug. 21, 2017 total solar eclipse, including when it is safe to remove your eclipse glasses.
When compassion awakens in your heart, youre able to be more honest with yourself. Mingyur Rinpoche Do you lie to yourself? Maybe just a little? Maybe a lot? Whatever the answer, youre not alone. Most people tell lies, rationalize at times, trying to
(Image credit: Marisa Vitale) You may have caught a look at Amina and Salvatore's incredible house tour and if not, seriously, how could you miss it? It's what all your rainbow and unicorn and glitter dreams are made of! What was so surprising, aside