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Me Time!

Quiet. It seems that the more connected we become, the less comfortable we are with silence. The thought of being alone with our thoughts terrifies us, so much so that we will do just about anything to escape our own minds. 928 more words

Rants & Other Stuff

From The Atlantic: "How Artificial Intelligence Could Help Diagnose Mental Disorders"

The Atlantic Magazine

Aug 23, 2016
Joseph Frankel

People convey meaning by what they say as well as how they say it: Tone, word choice, and the length of a phrase are all crucial cues to understanding what’s going on in someone’s mind. 1,021 more words

Applied Research & Technology

From The Atlantic: "There's Probably Way More Zika in the United States Than Has Been Counted"

The Atlantic Magazine

8.3.16
Adrienne LaFrance


Mosquito larvae are seen in Guangzhou, China, at the the world’s largest “mosquito factory.”

New computer modeling suggests the virus has been underestimated by tens of thousands of cases. 1,085 more words

Applied Research & Technology

The Atlantic Magazine, July / August 2016, How are American Politics Went Insane. It didn't start with Trump. It's going to get worse. Is there a cure? By Jonathan Rauch.

The Atlantic Magazine, July / August 2016
How are American Politics Went Insane. It didn’t start with Trump. It’s going to get worse. Is there a cure? 158 more words

How is a Sinner "Born Again"?

 

The heading read “Just another sinner, Born Again.” Above it was a was an imposing head shot of Donald Trump.

The article by Lincoln Mullen appeared in Wednesday’s… 780 more words

Religion

From The Atlantic: "Galaxy Evolution and the Meaning of Life"

The Atlantic Magazine

5.31.16
Ann Finkbeiner


Robert Gendler / Roberto Colombari / Hubble Legacy Archive / Subaru Telescope

Sometimes it’s best to ignore the big stuff. 739 more words

Astronomy