Out of respect for the dead, it is worth sparing a thought for the dreadful fate suffered by so many poor students and normal citizens peacefully protesting for their rights and for freedom and democracy 30 years ago when they were shot and run over by tanks of their own government’s army.
How is it even possible to be an antivaxxer in the 21st Century? This is a question you will not be able to answer simply, or even in a way that consistently covers all of the reasons for all of the members of this misinformed group. Instead, take the steps outlined in the articles below, and you might be able to talk some sense into people that appear to believe in nonsense.
As a response to the series of articles where we looked at the need for healthy, rational scepticism when it comes to the motivations of researchers, their funding, and the implications of research results that we read about in the news, it is now time to take a look at the complete opposite end of the spectrum, and what happens when scepticism becomes ignorance.
Are you sick of the daily grind, working at a desk in an office day in, day out? Why not sit on a beach hammock instead? The author of this article claims he has successfully made the transition to becoming a digital nomad, so perhaps he might be able to give you some tips on how to break free from the rat race and drag yourself away from your desk.
The question asked at the beginning of the first of these two articles is closely tied to the overarching point made in the second article: how negative are the effects on people’s health of having constant notifications popping up on their phones demanding their attention?
When to cull? Here is a dilemma that modern humans will have to face increasingly more often as we finally become morally responsible for the devastating consequences of our self-interested actions, and especially as we come to acknowledge how detrimental those consequences are to the ecosystems of the world.
It has been a long while coming, but finally the burger patty that has been hyped as the closest thing to looking, tasting and smelling like real meat, all without containing any meat, is finally going mainstream. Impossible Foods? Beyond Meat?
What is the internet all about? Some would claim it’s a network that exists to connect all the world’s people to bring them closer together. If that’s the case, then there’s probably nothing else that a greater number of people can watch without arguing than funny animal videos.
We’ve looked at how pets can be enslaved for their masters to turn a profit, now let’s see how children are exploited by their parents to make them money.
Are you an adherent to the three-second rule or the three-minute rule when you drop food on the floor? Do you continuously wash your hands throughout the day or use hand sanitizer regularly? At the first sign of a sniffle, do you make a beeline for the doctor to get some antibiotics prescribed?