Get the Hell Out of Here 2021 and Oh, Shit, Here Comes 2022
For Our Own Good, We All Need a Glimpse of the Evil Queen
Now, as far as I am concerned, dreams are statements from nature. It is not so much that we create them. They manifest themselves to us.
Best News of 2021: Coffee Is Incredibly Good for You
Maybe your New Year’s resolution should be an easy one: drink more coffee.
How to be happy: the psychology behind the “HEAL” method and how it helps you become happier
Fascinating new research suggests that it’s psychologically possible to train yourself to be happier.
The unconventional approach to New Year’s resolutions that makes them stick
With this approach, perhaps you can sidestep the inevitable challenges that come with traditional New Year’s resolutions and achieve lasting, positive changes.
The Ungracious–and Their Demonization of the Past
The last two years have seen an unprecedented escalation in a decades-long war on the American past. But there are lots of logical flaws in attacking prior generations in U.S. history.
The Evolutionary Advantages of Playing Victim
Victimhood is defined in negative terms: “the condition of having been hurt, damaged, or made to suffer.” Yet humans have evolved to empathize with the suffering of others, and to provide assistance so as to eliminate or compensate for that suffering. Consequently, signaling suffering to others can be an effective strategy for attaining resources. Victims may receive attention, sympathy, and social status, as well as financial support and other benefits
How disruptions happen
Major disruptions in world history follow a clear pattern. What can upheavals of the past tell us about our own future?