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Economics Know your branches of economics. Hong Kong, Singapore, and New Zealand are the happiest places on earth. Gender A new study reveals that watching porn makes one less supportive of affirmative action toward women. Tips for a male academic. … Continue reading
Wow! With the semester over, I’m finally caught up with the news. Once the semester starts again, I’ll probably have a harder time blogging frequently, but we shall see how the next semester is treating me. Till then, here’s some … Continue reading
This is a late post. Usually I try to post something at least once a week, but school has been catching up to me and I’ve been busy. We’ll see if the holidays and school will keep me busier. Art … 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
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