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"Riven" With "Rifts," the New York Times' Front Page Reflects a Troubled Planet

Robert David Jaffee | Posted 05.10.2016 | Media
Robert David Jaffee

Despite its legions of Page One editors, copy editors, proofreaders and support staff, the Gray Lady proceeded to fetishize conflict by using the words "rift" or "riven" in the headline or lead paragraph, actually the lead clause, in four of the stories on today's front page.

Hidden Stressors in Daily Living

Mitchell J. Rabin | Posted 01.13.2016 | Healthy Living
Mitchell J. Rabin

As a stress management consultant, through dealing with clients over the course of years, I've discovered that the common causes of stress such as wor...

For Inspiration: Mark Ruffalo at Uplift Fest

Jacob Devaney | Posted 02.03.2015 | Green
Jacob Devaney

Imagine a technology platform which allows individuals everywhere to network and communicate to preserve and protect what is central to all of our lives: water. Consider an app like Yelp, or a Google Map that allows you to learn about your local watershed.

Toward a Post-Materialistic Science

Dave Pruett | Posted 12.01.2014 | Religion
Dave Pruett

The newest frontier of science is the study of consciousness, for which a materialistic bias is particularly prejudicial.

The Rise and Fall of Militant Skepticism

Deepak Chopra | Posted 01.23.2014 | Religion
Deepak Chopra

We live in a skeptical age because the cornerstone of science, "Everything must be verified" is a skeptical position.

Science Set Free (Good News for 'Lumbering Robots')

Deepak Chopra | Posted 11.04.2012 | Books
Deepak Chopra

Three decades ago, few scientists were courageous enough to break ranks and question their own belief system. Even calling science a belief system sou...

What Makes Best Friends So Powerful?

Dr. Cara Barker | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Dr. Cara Barker

What is it about certain best friendships that connects us with the essential, enabling communication to traverse time and space?

What Our Pets Know That We Don't

Lee Schneider | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Lee Schneider

We humans are learning that our pets are pretty smart creatures. Not only have they managed to negotiate free room and board for life, they also help people heal and have learned how to communicate with us using our own language.