I can ask the terrified No Fear group to identify the key characters in this scene, and maybe provide a tentative plot summary. I can ask most of the class about character development, and how Romeo is feeling (he's very upset, by the way) - if t
It's not bad to study how to manipulate people. We study plenty of things that you shouldn't do: war, crime, genocide. Understanding how these things happen is key to avoiding them in the future.
Drowning should be easy to spot, right? The victims thrash around, screaming for help as they struggle to stay above water.
"It said, 'Dear Vamsi, Congratulations on winning the Houston Science Fair, this is quite the accomplishment,' " Mootha recalls. "But then when I started reading the next paragraph, I felt a sinking feeling in my stomach," Mootha says. Th
Carol Dweck, Professor of Psychology at Stanford University. Licensed with permission from the Silicon Valley Historical Association
When your brain gets a reward (and your brain treats praise from others as a reward), what it learns is to do that action again. But, repetition builds habits, not growth.
Here's an economics lesson you won't get in college. What happened to college tuition costs after the federal government started handing out student loan aid in 1965?
(Natural News) In the technology-dependent world we live in today, an EMP attack is one of the worst things that could happen. Surviving one requires a lot of preparation and planning. You need to understand first what an EMP is and what it can affec
A quarter of a century later, did we manage to salvage the wreck? Or have Birkerts's worst fears come to pass? It's hard to tell from the numbers. More independent bookstores are opening than closing, and sales of print books are up.
Unfortunately, whether you're reading to expand your imagination or put yourself on the path for promotion, finding more time to read in our already-hectic schedules is difficult. Especially when so much content is coming at us on a daily basis.
Bitcoin guru Mike Novogratz went where few have gone in expressing his optimism about the cryptocurrency. Beyond merely referring to it as "digital gold," he said that its role in the crypto market is akin to gold's on the periodic table.
This 40 minute documentary is recommended by James Corbett... Thank you James. I'd like to add my recommendation as well.
It's school choice week. Many kids don't have choice in where they go to school. The school choice movement is trying to give them that opportunity.
Brandon Smith (Alt-Market.Com) comes on the show to talk about preparing for coming disaster, barter networks, alternative economies, etc... - Richard Grove (Tragedy and Hope) on Autonomy: The University of Reason; Pirate Communication and why we nee
Scurvy is an ancient disease strangely making its rounds again after the last 100 years saw an eradication of it, or so we thought.
(Natural News) In many ways, it's a good time to be a human. We have no shortage of modern comforts, and many of the threats that killed our predecessors are no longer an issue. However, at the same time, we are also facing new dangers brought abou
As more people seek natural remedies for health problems and as more states legalize medical marijuana interest in cannabidiol (commonly known as "CBD") is growing.
When planned obsolescence goes too far, the people of the Right to Repair want the right to…repair things. They aren't fighting back with pitchforks and torches, but rather, screwdrivers and torch lights.
There are four simple steps to the Feynman Technique, which I'll explain below: Choose a Concept Teach it to a Toddler Identify Gaps and Go Back to The Source Material Review and Simplify (optional)
Instead of coming up with all sorts of intense resolutions that will totally change everything (until you stop doing them in a week or so) what if you did something different this year? What if you vowed to make 2019 the year that you learn stuff?
In this world, there are two kinds of people. You can be a consumer or you can be a producer.