Monthly Archives: November 2016

How to lie about a science paper

Gregg Braden thinks he knows how the heart knows—and boy, is he mistaken. How to lie about a science paper Sadly, the nonsensical misinterpretation of scientific results, critiqued so cogently in the linked article, is rife elsewhere as well. In … Continue reading

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What if jobs are not the solution but the problem? | Aeon Essays

There’s some pretty sound thinking, here. The very American perspective, though, obscures the obvious equivocation on ‘work’. Not all meaningful work has to be work in the labour market for pay, and work undertaken without pay (notably child care and … Continue reading

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