Philosophy

A teacher shows a better way to deal with difficult students than violence

Following the very viral video of a South Carolina sheriff throwing a non-violent student across the
Activism

12 Things Every Activist Should Know

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

What’s the problem with Bioenergy?

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

Your Emotions Can Be Recorded Via Your Keyboard…

A new study by researchers at the Islamic University
13 October | by Michael Thomas
Biology

Chief EU Scientist Urges GMO “Rethink”

Studies linking genetically modified crops with adverse effects on the environment or animal health are based
Corruption

Italian Scientists May Have Illegally Sold Dangerous Viruses

A 10 year Italian police investigation, involving wiretapping and the surveillance of
5 September | by Michael Thomas
Drugs

The shocking truth about what doctors don’t know about the drugs they prescribe

The problem here is pervasive throughout the world of
23 October | by Michael Thomas
Biology

Why Sanity In Your Old Age May Depend On Vitamin D

Despite carrying the misnomer “vitamin”, vitamin D is one
10 August | by Michael Thomas

No More Backyard Chickens Or Small Farmers Allowed in Michigan?

9 May | by Aaron Jackson
Due to a new ruling from Michigan’s Commission of Agriculture and Rural Development, residents will lose their right to keep livestock on their own
Drugs

What’s Behind The Child Migration Crisis In The US?

US border patrol agents encountered approximately 19,500 unaccompanied children
Activism

Does conventional law-and-order help native communities?

In Canada and beyond, native (first nation) peoples have
Featured

How the police lost public trust, and how to fix the system

Police in the United States are famous worldwide for their