Except for the ones that flick through my brain and disappear in one of the empty cells somewhere deep in my brain that holds memory, or maybe it’s just erased somehow. Or…. “Memories are maintained by chemical signalling between brain… Read More ›
The bill will mainly protect corporations who are polluting our water, land, and air quality.
by Tim Radford, Climate New Network If you don’t like the message on climate change, it seems that the answer is to shoot the messenger. According to a new book by veteran environmentalist George Marshall, thousands of abusive emails—including demands… Read More ›
By skywriter and wouldn’t let go until a short time ago. Anonymous had been in control of the Klan’s main Twitter account @KuKluxKlanUSA since 9 this morning, posting its own pictures on the racists’ account and using the hashtags, #OpKKK #Ferguson… Read More ›
By Jonathan Chait There is a famous thought experiment called the trolley problem, and it goes like this: A runaway trolley is headed toward five people bound on the tracks. You are standing before the switch that could divert it… Read More ›
I’ve always been baffled about the misconceptions surrounding the word “anarchism”. I visualize everything into a story (storyartist), and on the word anarchism I picture rich white men like William Randolph Hearst sitting around a carved rich-wood table scheming how… Read More ›