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It's just possible that I have found a source of insight comparable to that from Vilfredo Pareto, the nineteenth-century economist who inspired the 80/20 principle...He eventually founded a highly regarded school of philosophy in Rome, attracted a
Archive Recent Posts Test your knowledge of endangered species by playing our crossword. Read more This word has appeared in 376 New York Times articles in the past year. Read more Why do you think virtually everyone involved in this project seems to
Ads by Google opinion How can reporters get to the 'truth' in science? Sharon Dunwoody says following the 'weight of evidence' avoids bias. Let me start with an audacious assertion: A major problem confronting science journalists is that they have
Pete Lynagh to a long period of self-imposed chastity, and some life-changing decisions along the way...FOR any Aussie bloke out there thinking of popping the question, one man has set the bar high, pulling off what may be the most romantic proposal
If you know anything about gifted documentarian Errol Morris or about recent secretaries of defense for that matter comparing Morris' new film, The Unknown Known, with his earlier work, 2003's Oscar-winning The Fog of War, is all but inevitable...
If being able to understand sarcasm is a sign of social competence then boy am I socially competent as fuck. Psych2Go is awesome Tumblog filled with little nuggets of information. What I like best about it is that it's not just random made up facts
Archive Recent Posts Why do you think there has been such a pronounced drop over the past 10 years in the physical fitness of young people? Read more Test your knowledge of the 50 states by playing our crossword. Read more This word has appeared in
If she was such a strong woman, she would have stuck to her opinon intead of back-peddling to earn acceptance. We all hold opinions that others disagree with, often vehememtly. We all get bullied and ridiculed by people who disagree with us.
You might start off thinking about how much you'd like to eat a mint yoghurt and end up picturing a chainsaw slicing through the flesh of your right thigh.' Photograph: Lorenz Potthast Perhaps the most surprising aspect of recent psychology
Ive been thinking about how buildings may affect behaviors of people who inhabit them...For almost two years, 3,500 students and nearly 100 faculty and staff members have studied and worked in the Micron College of Business and Economics building on