Tag Archives: science

You Are the Food You Think About

We think we’re in charge of our choices. Our moods. Our long-term goals. Apparently not. Continue reading

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Are You An Anthropocentrist?

Ample evidence that we humans are not superior to all other living beings. Instead we might recognize other creatures are “gifted with the extension of the senses we have lost or never attained, living by voices we shall never hear.” Continue reading

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The Dart Collection

A neighborhood of free ranging kids and the girl whose mysterious summer project surprises them all. Continue reading

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Getting Science On Everything

Toddlers have scientific curiosity. So do teens. For both, there’s a key element to keeping that curiosity alive. Continue reading

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Conduct Human Experiments of the Word Kind

Experiment on your children, co-workers, neighbors, and friends are excellent experimental subjects. Come on, it’s a good cause… Continue reading

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Mother & Child Are Linked At The Cellular Level

Fetal cells persist in mothers, healing them well into old age. Continue reading

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