With Rugby World Cup fervor on the wane, I find my attention turning to matters of the minds -- of those rugby players.
I did a quick check on the av...
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Whoopi Goldberg had a lot on her mind when she met the star of PBS' "The Brain" at the Rubin Museum in New York City a few weeks ago. "What makes me m...
"We strive to have our products embody what the brand stands for: Connecting all of humanity to the present moment and the long march of human progress at the same time."
This is not the first time the Times has uncritically conflated something as comprehensive as "a better education" with something as singular as student reading and math scores. I imagine it won't be the last.
Synesthesia is a fascinating neurological condition that causes an individual to experience perceptual information through a sense modality that is unlinked to its source.
What eventually become our conscious thoughts are the result of a long, arduous and competitive process deep within the brain. But where does God come into this discussion?
If we're going to get beyond the typical exchanges between new atheists and the religious, I'd argue that it's through figures like Eagleman and Harris that we will find the most productive path.
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