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Where we fall on the spectrum of stress

The way we respond to stress seems to be utterly unpredictable. Consider the case of Jessie and Andrea Smith, a pair of sisters whose mother died when they were toddlers. 733 more words


British Petroleum and the Energy Biosciences Institute

Edward R. Murrow: Who owns the patent on this vaccine?

Jonas Salk: Well, the people, I would say. There is no patent. Could you patent the sun?

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Asia’s Women Warriors Wage Green Battle

By Amantha Perera The Jakarta Globe Aug 16, 2014

A group of women celebrate Indonesia’s independence by participating in a car-pulling competition in Solo, Central Java. 1,306 more words


On the Richmond Bay Campus

The Richmond community is mobilizing as UC Berkeley moves forward with plans to build the Richmond Bay Campus (RBC), a research facility that is slated to be three-fourths the size of the Berkeley campus, and see a volume of 10,000 faculty, students, and workers per day. 547 more words


Travel Tuesday: Salton Sea

Happy Tuesday everyone! I’m still recovering from the long weekend, but I just keep reminding myself that it’ll be a short week (smile). This month’s Travel Tuesday prompt is about “unexpected destinations.” I actively seek out the strange and lesser known destinations as often as possible. 661 more words