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Each state has their own specialty. Using the analysis of Foursquare, the data shows which food or drink is the most popular. You can zoom in on each state, and see which places you can try out this specialty. Never … Continue reading
Feminism 3AM Magazine interviews Alison Stone about Hegel, Schelling, Irigaray, Judith Butler, feminism, sexual difference, and maternity. Film Here is a list of 1,400 films directed by women. Food Nice diagrams to make eating healthy super easy. Humor Schopenhauer: horrible … Continue reading
Abortion Some questions to ask pro-lifers. Economics Switzerland may give every citizen $2,600 a month. Ethics Molly Crocket, a neuroscientist at the University of Oxford, discusses the neuroscience of moral decision making. It’s a fascinating talk. You can listen to … Continue reading
Abortion Vermont introduces a bill affirming a right to an abortion. Animals Dogs can sense magnetic variations of the earth. Economics The Pope recently made comments critiquing capitalism. The Atlantic has a response by saying the Pope is ignorant about world economics. Toward the … Continue reading
Books Google puts the Dead Sea Scrolls online (in high resolution). Guide to fantasy and/or sci-fi books. Economics When it comes to economics, “we’re all Mormons now.” Studies show that when women take on their husbands’ last name, she gets … Continue reading