Law Violation

Are Police Departments Aiming Low?

Is it true that police departments aim to hire individuals with lower test and IQ scores,
Economics

The remarkable change to poor kids when their parents get a little more money

When a group of researchers first started this long-term
10 October | by Michael Thomas
Activism

12 Things Every Activist Should Know

There are a lot more than 12 things that
7 October | by Michael Thomas
Psychology

Looking at the Mandela Effect

Sometime around late July of 2015, while searching news
8 September | by Blair Reich
Cancer

Why “Natural” Means Next To Nothing

There is a variety of false advertising within the market today, with the desperate attempt of
Featured

7 things you probably didn’t realize about sugar

Sugar is a pretty sweet business: our evolution designed
25 May | by Michael Thomas
Featured

Ebola Outbreak Quickly Growing Out Of Control

The Ebola outbreak in Liberia has continued to grow,
1 August | by M Caulfield
European Union

What’s the problem with Bioenergy?

It’s a common assumption that bioenergy is a new
21 May | by Aaron Jackson

Debunking: A Truth-Seeker’s Best Friend

18 October | by Michael Thomas
The irony of much of the online “truth” movement is that many of them consider truth to be whatever they agree with. Whether this
Bradley Manning

Nelson Mandela’s Legacy, Obama’s Hypocrisy and the Courage of the Whistleblowers

What would be Mandela's take on the issue of
Censorship

Microsoft and Google To Sue U.S. Federal Government

Tech companies (incl Google + Microsoft) are suing the
Racism

Why “ghetto pranks gone wrong” aren’t funny

I see the videos routinely shared on Facebook, and