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Evolution, Humanism, and Conservation: The Humanist Interview With Richard Leakey | The Humanist
Animals  (tags: AnimalWelfare, conservation, endangered, environment, ethics, extinction, habitat, humans, protection, society, wildanimals, wildlife, africa, kenya, leakey, poaching, humanism, reason )

- 2144 days ago -
Richard Leakey is a world-renowned paleoanthropologist whose career has been marked by famous scientific finds, political office, and conservation efforts. His family is equally accomplished in the field of anthropology, starting with his parents, Louis
Sleep Deeply, Live Longer
Health & Wellness  (tags: Sleep Deeply, Live Longer )

- 2163 days ago -
If you woke up this morning feeling less than well rested, you're not alone. No one is sure exactly how many of us spend our nights tossing and turning, but scientists estimate that somewhere between 10 percent to 34 percent
BBC - Travel - Gorillas in the Mix in Uganda : Eco-Tourism, Africa
Animals  (tags: wildlife, animals, conservation, environment, gorillas, chimpanzees, uganda )

- 2232 days ago -
From its top to its tail, Uganda is rife with national parks. Chimpanzees play in the shadow of the snow-capped Rwenzori Mountains, elephants drink from the gushing waterfalls of Murchison Falls National Park, and lions and Ugandan cobb graze on the
Climate Change Deniers | ThinkProgress
Science & Tech  (tags: Penn State Climate Ethics Blog, climate change, climate change disinformation, controversy, Heartland Institute of Chicago, wealthy donors, suppressing truth, plan for schools, Climategate 2009, stolen scientists' e-mails, "front groups" )

- 2279 days ago -
This is the second entry in a series looking at the climate change disinformation campaign through an ethical lens.The first entry explains what is meant by the climate change disinformation campaign and then examines a number of specific tactics deployed
30,000 Years on--Scientists Regenerate a Plant
Science & Tech  (tags: 30, 000 years on, Scientists, regenerate, a plant )

- 2279 days ago -
Russian scientists have grown flowering plants using seeds stored by squirrels 30,000 years ago and preserved by the Siberian permafrost, a new study showed, in what may become a key experiment in the race to revive ancient species
Surprising Truths About How We Think and Act
Science & Tech  (tags: Surprising Truths About How We Think and )

- 2279 days ago -
As an editor at Scientific American Mind, I get a sneak peak at a menu of surprises about us people, that is that each issue has to offer. As the March/April Mind makes its debut, I wanted to share my favorite brain food from its cognitive kitchen. Here
Victoria's Secret: Stop Telling Young Girls That Education Is Unimportant. PLEASE SIGN!
Business  (tags: americans, women, girls, clothing, advertising, society, marketing, dishonesty )

- 2281 days ago -
Victoria's Secret has all but monopolized the lingerie business for women--everyone knows that. They're big, and they're everywhere. Education is unimportant, partying is more fun!" isn't what teenage girls should be thinking. Just recently, girls clothin
Perfect Storm Threatens Long-Term Unemployed
Society & Culture  (tags: abuse, activists, americans, children, culture, dishonesty, education, ethics, family, freedoms, government, law, police, politics, religion, safety, society, unemployment, violence, women )

- 2281 days ago -
In December, there were more than 13 million unemployed workers and about four people looking for work for every available job. According to the Economic Policy Institute (EPI), 5.5 million people have been unemployed for more than half a year, up-->
Global Gender Imbalance Poses Critical Problems for Women
Society & Culture  (tags: world, women, society, politics, culture, children, interesting, government, freedoms, news )

- 2279 days ago -
In 2005, there were 163 million more men in Asia, more than the entire female population of the United States. Asia is now facing serious consequences from sex selection, a situation the West might have inadvertently helped create.
Are Antidepressants Any Better Than Placebos?---Revealing New 60 Minutes Report   video
Health & Wellness  (tags: AlternativeMed, AlternativeMed, Body-Mind-Spirit, children, death, diet, drugs, ethics, exercise, government, health, humans, illness, interesting, investigation, news, research, science, study )

- 2281 days ago -
Some new scientific research is causing quite a stir in the medical community. The fight is over antidepressants, and whether they work any better than a simple placebo (sugar pill).
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