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Climate Critics Escalate Personal Attacks on Teen Activist

Greta Thunberg Climate change deniers are personally attacking a sixteen year old girl with autism because they fear that people will listen to her. I’m not going to say a lot about it, but rather just direct you to the … Continue reading

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People Who Know the Least Think They Know the Most

The Edmonton Journal has an article about an inverse correlation between how much a person knows and how much they think they know. People often suffer from an ‘illusion of knowledge,’ write the authors of a new study that finds … Continue reading

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What Emotion is That?

Photo Credit: .kleine. cc-by-nc-sa. via The Only Emotions I Can Feel are Anger and Fear – The Seattle Star You don’t have to be a psychopath or a sociopath to have trouble feeling or identifying your emotions. You could have … Continue reading

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Alzheimer’s and Pollution

Researchers have found evidence of a link between living in a polluted megacity and developing Alzheimer’s. (Read my previous Alzheimer Disease posts, one with a correlation to a cynical, distrustful nature, and one looking at the syndrome’s roots early in … Continue reading

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Daydreaming is Good

I knew it! All those hours I spent gazing out the window weren’t an indication of my bone-lazy inattentiveness at all. They were showing how smart I am. Yeah! I knew it. The online science magazine, Eurekalert!, tells us about … Continue reading

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