Biology

Nature or nurture? The age old question is finally answered

One of the most classic arguments: is it nature or nurture which more determine who we
Activism

The Strongest Yet Least Spoken Argument for Vegetarianism

Somewhere between 5-6% of Americans are vegetarians (according to a
18 January | by Michael Thomas
Education

30 Meaningful Photographs Of ‘Where Children Sleep’

Months ago, the talented Venice based photographer James Mollison
7 September | by Katharine J. Tobal
Activism

Mass extinction breathing death in our face… if only we could still smell

To catch up anyone who didn’t know, we are
18 February | by Michael Thomas
Activism

Chemtrail “Activists” Finally Get A Leg To Stand On

At Exposing The Truth, we have routinely shared our debunking of mainstream chemtrail theories with self-described “chemtrail
Biology

The Bacteria You Need

We all know that we, each of us, and
15 August | by Michael Thomas
Biology

Becoming Sterile By Handling Your Receipts?

BPA, the most famous carcinogenic plastic, is routinely used
23 October | by Michael Thomas
Biology

What’s the difference between the cold and the flu?

On first glance, you might think that a cold
11 June | by Michael Thomas

Watch a citizen de-escalate a situation and get arrested as cops prepare to shoot

7 November | by Jason Ribbons
In the scene above, police were actively pursuing a driver fleeing at reasonably slow speeds. As the situation continues into more highly packed areas,
Equality

Saudi Arabia Crucifies An Activist As They Get U.N. Human Rights Leadership Role

For Saudi Arabia, sometimes it’s not enough to simply
Corporatism

5 Reasons Why World Problems Are Due To How Groups Work

With world problems threatening to spiral out of control,
Equality

They’re Trying To Divide Us! Will You Let Them?

Unity among people is a concept that many people