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Top Google Engineers Say Renewable Energy 'Simply WON'T WORK'

Two highly qualified Google engineers who have spent years studying and trying to improve renewable energy technology have stated quite bluntly that “renewables will never permit the human race to cut CO2 emissions to the levels demanded by climate activists. 701 more words


Harvard Art Museums

After six years of an art-museum-less Harvard, the University opened up the formerly-known Fogg Museum, Busch Reisinger Museum, and the Arthur M. Sackler Museum on November 16th. 436 more words

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Hockey East Roundup: Harvard Knocks Off No. 1 Boston University In OT

[nesn_embed service=springboard src=”http://cms.springboardplatform.com/embed_iframe/899/video/1183833/nesn003/nesn.com/10″%5DThe Harvard University men’s hockey team will head into Thanksgiving on a big high note.

The 18th-ranked Crimson upended No. 1 Boston University on Tuesday night with a 3-2 overtime road win at Agganis Arena.  207 more words

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On-campus food pantry offers hope to hungry students

When Indiana State University student Steve Boyer, a junior, noticed many of his peers were struggling to pay for food on top of tuition and bills, he took action. 500 more words


Having a positive outlook is good for your health.

Try to help at least one person every day. It’ll improve your outlook on life – and your heart health! A Harvard study shows that having a positive outlook slashes your risk of heart attack or stroke by 50%.

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College football and improv eating

Boston University does not have a football team. They did until 1997, when the team was hemorrhaging money and they needed to disband the team to get athletics money under the requirements of Title IX. 244 more words

Why happiness is healthy

By Elizabeth Landau, CNN      Thu November 20, 2014  

(CNN) – Happiness – you know it when you see it, but it’s hard to define.

You might call it a sense of well-being, of optimism or of meaningfulness in life, although those could also be treated as separate entities. 1,290 more words


Tony reblogged this on One Regular Guy Writing about Food, Exercise and Living Longer and commented:

happinessA 2012 review of more than 200 studies found a connection between positive psychological attributes, such as happiness, optimism and life satisfaction, and a lowered risk of cardiovascular disease. Kubzansky and other Harvard School of Public Health researchers published these findings in the journal Psychological Bulletin. To read further on the value of being happy check out: 5 Years In The Making: Harvard Just Released Its Epic Study On What Men Need To Live A Happy Life 11 Habits of Happy People, How Exercise Makes You Happy, 12 Things Happy People Do Differently, Happy People Live Longer – Time Magazine and finally Can I Be Happy?. Tony