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Igniting Ingenuity

“When I think of the wisest people I know, they share one defining trait: curiosity. They turn away from the minutiae of their lives-and focus on the world around them. 416 more words

A Sympathy for Love.

Everyone comes into your life for a reason, They are either there to teach you a lesson, Discover yourself, Help you become a better person , Or build a forever with you. 7 more words


New environmental law makes it illegal for protesters to use protest signs

A bill introduced by California Senators Richard Fleischer (D) and Stanley Greenberg (R), which makes possession of a paperboard, cardboard, or styrofoam/plastic sign for uses in any kind of protest or public demonstration illegal, has been signed into law. 547 more words

Mostly Fake


“For centuries,” writes Corey S. Powell, who is a contributing editor at Discover Magazine and Aeon Magazine,  “modern science has been shrinking the gap between humans and the rest of the universe… 7 more words


Hmmm. Maybe the R-Factor is NOT the answer.

In a recent post, TRN highlighted a recent working paper touting the benefits of something called an “R-Factor.” The R-Factor is a metric that would report — for each published empirical study — the reproducibility rate of that study in subsequent research.   82 more words

In Defense of Daydreaming

Mind wandering frees our mind to make new connections, have fresh ideas, and even solve problems that the focused mind has difficulty doing. Scientists such as Albert Einstein and Isaac Newton revered the capability of the wandering mind. 82 more words


Discover Magazine: Memorial Day Parade 1922: Runaway Tank Kills Veteran

Here is an interesting blog post from Discover Magazines website about a tragic accident involving some tanks in a Memorial Day Parade in 1922.  We have posted the first couple paragraphs of the post below.   265 more words

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