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Conscience and “The Good Life”

September 23, 2017 • ART OF LIVING, SCIENCEComments (0)

The really good life—requires a conscience, the always-reliable mental Sherpa guide in every big moral moment.

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How Fictional Worlds Affect our Worldview

September 15, 2017 • ART, SCIENCE, SliderComments (0)

How our brains respond to stories depends on how far we get lost in them.

The Virtue of Happiness

September 3, 2017 • ART OF LIVING, SCIENCEComments (1)

We don’t remain in a continual state; we cannot expect continual, uninterrupted happiness or success.

Does Objectivism Have a Rendezvous with Evolution?

July 6, 2017 • ART OF LIVING, SCIENCEComments (0)

Why did biological evolution, hand off the role of consciousness, in effect the act of being human, to choice?

Love and Anthropology

February 27, 2017 • ART OF LIVING, SCIENCEComments (0)

Curiosity and respect are the keys to making that loving relationship last a lifetime.

The Greenhouse Effect is a Scientific Fallacy

February 12, 2017 • POLITICS, SCIENCEComments (3)

Can a colder body heat up a warmer body? (Why is the moon hotter than the Earth, when it has no atmosphere?)

A Legendary Psychiatrist Says “No” to Sex “Re-Assignment” Surgery

January 16, 2017 • ART OF LIVING, SCIENCEComments (1)

Dr. Paul McHugh is accused of “Hate Crimes” merely for opposing “Transgender” ideology.

From Magic to Reason: There and Back Again

November 13, 2016 • ART OF LIVING, SCIENCEComments (10)

Christianity is under attack because it enables its adherents to live rationally.

Scientists Plead with Greenpeace for Blind, Dying Children

October 24, 2016 • ART OF LIVING, SCIENCE, SliderComments (5)

Greenpeace, advancing beneath the banner of the “natural,” is prepared to watch children go blind and die.

At Last. Greenpeace is Facing Racketeering (RICO) Charges

September 30, 2016 • POLITICS, SCIENCEComments (0)

World’s largest supplier of newsprint sues Greenpeace for Gangster-Style Attacks.