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Nature vs Nurture, and the Reed House

Robert F Reiley

Recently, Representative Paul Ryan from Wisconsin became embroiled in controversy for statements he made on a conservative talk show about “inner city” culture: 1,705 more words

Charles Murray

The global population is expected to increase by almost 3 billion people by the year 2100.

Genetic adaptations and manipulations will result in better nutrition, superior health, and longevity for these generations of humans. 87 more words

Science And Humanities

Sunday Matinee: A Quest Beyond the Limits of the Ordinary

Greetings compadres,

Robin and the Friar stopped by earlier and brought samples of Sherwood’s finest shrubs. Figured you’d enjoy the post-ceremony entertainment on consciousness and biology. 132 more words

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Sunday Matinee: The Power of Consciousness with Bruce Lipton

Whaddup Soul Rebels?

See if you can use this info to empower yourselves further and rearrange your reality tunnels in a manner more conducive to wellness. 198 more words

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It was Very Good

“Imagination is more important than knowledge. For knowledge is limited to all we now know and understand, while imagination embraces the entire world, and all there ever will be to know and understand.” 435 more words

Saturday

Genetic Determinism is the Last Refuge of a Political Rogue

The leader of the Scottish Labour Party, Johann Lamont, appears to think that one of the key reasons why Scotland should not be an independent country, is that we Scots are not genetically programmed to make political decisions. 231 more words

Politics, Scotland & Nonsense

The Genetic Plot

The first five sections of David Mitchell’s Cloud Atlas showcase an eclectic formats. Readers are enveloped into a close first person journal, privy to letter correspondences and interview transcriptions, and pulled along in suspense-filled mysteries. 364 more words

Science And Humanities