Monthly Archives: November 2010

Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 11/28/2010

Relationships and Sexuality In the Time Magazine this week, the headline cover was Who Needs Marriage? The results are quite interesting: the more educated and wealthy you are, the more likely you get married. Here are some more interesting stats … Continue reading

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Interview about Supernormal Stimuli

At Forgoodreason.org, I’m listening to an interview about how our instincts have become “supernormal” in our evolution to the point where it’s starting to be detrimental to us.  Example: our ancestors were always on the go and so to compensate … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 11/14/2010

Science: The Large Hadron Collider has created a “mini big-bang” which will give scientists a better understanding of the universe. Check out some of the strangest 10 facts about the universe.  My favorite is number one: Gödel’s incompleteness theorems still … Continue reading

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Fareed Zakaria: Will the Republicans follow through?

Fareed Zakaria has a very nice analysis of what the Republicans should do after this midterm election.  Perhaps the best advice he could give: These are not political statements. They are mathematical ones, and it is on understanding math, not … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 11/07/2010

New studies show that alcohol is actually more dangerous than cocaine, heroin, and marijuana. When Mark Twain died, he left in his will that his autobiography should not be published until 100 years after his death.  Well, it’s now been … Continue reading

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