Friday, October 26, 2012

It is a mystery why this is not read by everybody

At Newsweek, Ending Print and a Blend of Two Styles:

Probing the Brain’s Chemistry:

Samsung Chromebook review: Google's new $249 computer:

How to Make a Meme (Hint: Read Darwin):

The 20 Weirdest Religious Beliefs. Test your knowledge of which strange belief belongs to which religion:

Goodness, Gracious, Great Balls of Lightning!:

Science Reveals the Power of a Handshake:

The Oppressive Psychology of Poverty:

Researchers Map Neurons for Specific Brain Functions

Turning Memes into Gold: An Interview with Ben Lashes, the World’s Premier Meme Agent:

Why Small Moves, Smartly Made, Can Change the World:

Artificial Photosynthesis Effort Takes Root:

The Fittest Species: Who is Winning the War for Survival?:

Consciousness: Solving its Mysteries Promise Safer, Healthier Lives:

The Art of Sustainable Development:

The perils of positive thinking:! With thank to Vlad Plesa.

Why we can’t solve big Problems:

Clearer Picture of How Assassin Bugs Evolved: Entomologists Reconstruct the Evolutionary History:
H.L. Mencken on elections, politics, government

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