Usually, when we want to change someone else and have been met with a brick wall or an otherwise unsympathetic ear, we resort to nagging which not only turns off the other person more but […]
[Warning] Not for the weak of stomach or those who are afraid of blood and guts.
Here’s a little nugget from a person who has studied at Harvard and has been part of the admission process. In it, the author talks about how, by striving for the best, the best becomes […]
While there’s a rise in standardized test scores, GPA averages, and AP exam participation, can we write this up to a rise in a genuine love for learning as well?
Can we use the excess CO2 on Earth into fizzy drinks? I think that the CO2 in soda is from power plants and factories and that sort of thing but can we harness this greenhouse gas from other places? For example, with car exhaust and the like. Even if that’s not helping the emissions problem, it’s like a self-perpetuating debt; the payment just keeps getting delayed. With so much soda being consumed every day, there are plenty of places to put CO2 in without releasing it directly into the air. Just a thought.
We will be coming back from our hiatus on Sunday and we may reduce our posting schedule to only once a week at least instead of twice a week at least.
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This isn’t the best time for a “I told you so” in regards to the recent hurricanes in the Caribbean and the ones coming up along the US’s southern coast. However, it is also the best time before people start blaming lesbians and gays for God’s supposed wrath. In fact, they’ve already started so I might as well.
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So everyone knows about the myth that people only use about 10% of their brain at one time, right? They made a movie about it, Lucy. In any case, while that is clearly a myth and has been resoundingly proven to be untrue, the fact that our brains may not be functioning at full capacity is true.
Originally posted on AmbiGaming:
Recently, the New York Times published an article about how today’s youth are opting to play video games instead of working. A (non-gaming) friend of mine commented to me that she thought…
Many people are going through tough times right now. Some don’t have enough to eat. Some don’t have enough to go to school. Some don’t think they’ve been treated fairly. Others have been robbed of […]