Monthly Archives: September 2011

Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 09/24/2011

Science Could this prove Einstein’s theory that light is the only absolute constant in the universe wrong? Speaking of proving scientific theories wrong, this could prove that we need to rethink dark matter. [H/T Daniel Vecchio] Sexuality Modern day Lysistrata in … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 09/18/2011

Emotions New camera looks at faces and can detect when we’re lying just by our emotional appearance. Environment More evidence for evolution: Dinosaur feathers have been found stuck in amber.  It’s Jurassic Park style. Ethics Chart on abortion per state … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 09/11/2011

Anti-Natalism This may be a solution to anti-natalism. Education Do you need extra help?  No worries.  There are various people with virtual office hours to help you out. Epistemology How to change people’s minds.  (now in blogroll) Politics Statistically, you … Continue reading

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Awesome Arguments

This is what a great argument in economics is supposed to be like when the arguers are on both sides of the issue.  The comments are insightful too.  All arguments can be rational and respectful without resorting to rhetoric.  The … Continue reading

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Let’s See What’s in the News Today: 09/03/2011

Economics Some interesting correlations between the aftermath of hurricanes and an decrease in the birth rate.  However, tropical storms show a correlation in an increase in the birth rate.  Expect a small baby-boom after Hurricane Irene in the upper East … Continue reading

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