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24 Sep 2021 • 2 min read
ARILOG Newsletter by Oana Nae
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Small Talks, No. 33

Dear Small Talker, Welcome to the thirty-third edition of Small Talks. Every Friday, I highlight 6 areas of weekly joys and reflections in early childhood and the whole family. Small Talks leverages my…

22 Oct 2021 • 2 min read
Small Talks by Isabelle Hau
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The Earlier Lab Leak Hypothesis

"A blind investigation is the buffer of a bad democracy." -Mantaranjot Mangat The "plandemic" conspiracy theorists point to Event 201 often. Of course, the players taking part in the event are controversial…

22 Oct 2021 • 3 min read
Rounding the Earth Newsletter by Mathew Crawford
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Contemplating death with Colin Powell

Colin Powell did war crimes about as competently as anyone else in his position would have done them. For all his personal ambition and accomplishments, he was just fulfilling the duties of his job. At…

21 Oct 2021 • < 1 min read
Brutal South by Paul Bowers
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Newsletter #30: The Ghoul's Night

Hey guys, it's Scott. So, huge, huge day over here. Release day for Night of the Ghoul, the third book from our Best Jackett Press line with comiXology Originals. We Have Demons was two weeks ago, Clear…

19 Oct 2021 • 9 min read
Our Best Jackett by Scott Snyder
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The "Deliberative Process" of Misconduct

Issue 64 Research: Rationalization is Key to Cheating Behavior New, outstanding research by scholars Kenneth J. Smith and David J. Emerson of Salisbury University (MD) and Shawn Mauldin of Mississippi…

19 Oct 2021 • 4 min read
The Cheat Sheet by Derek Newton
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The limits of science

From time-to-time, I stand accused of ‘scientism’. This accusation comes from those who argue that the kinds of quantitative studies I draw upon as evidence for and against competing approaches are inappropriate…

16 Oct 2021 • 5 min read
Filling The Pail by Greg Ashman
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What Turns Kids On

In a recent post I noted the critical importance of capitalizing on intrinsic motivation rather than resorting to extrinsic measures in schools. “Extrinsic” and “intrinsic” motivation are likely to be…

13 Oct 2021 • 5 min read
First Do No Harm by Steve Nelson
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