- Fantastic site for those who (like me) have a hard time visualizing economics. An example is:
- Warren Buffett says to stop coddling the super-rich.
- Interesting research showing that poor people are against redistribution of taxes if the people below them are also going to be helped. As the last line suggests: “Poverty may be miserable. But being able to feel a bit better-off than someone else makes it a bit more bearable” even if you’re at the bottom.
- Very addicting game called Kingdom Rush. I’m already 20 hours into it! Don’t say I didn’t warn you.
- Want to get married but there’s no minister around? There’s an app for that. Heh, well more like a computer program for marriage.
- You can see what the candidates stances are on LGBT issues:
- Ridley Scott has signed on to direct Blade Runner II. No word yet on whether it’s going to be a prequel or a sequel.
- A few conservative evangelical Christians find the existence of Adam and Eve questionable. [H/T to Cody Nixon]
- A few posts ago, I showed a video about 50 renowned academics speaking about God. Here are 50 more:
- As an interesting addition, here are 20 Christian academics speaking about God:
- Need to find a one-night stand easier? There’s a app for that.
- Because of the internet, swing clubs are gaining more prominence that it’s taking the market away from prostitutes.
- An interesting study suggesting that if one is in a committed relationship and having sex, one is less likely to be a delinquent in the future. It’s mainly because being with the significant other makes one less likely hang out with friends that could lead them into trouble. I’m suspicious because this seems more like correlation rather than causation. Jump to the paper here.