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“Do Business Schools Incubate Criminals?”

Yves Smith Naked Capitalism Luigi Zingales, who teaches at the University of Chicago’s business school, had an op-ed in Bloomberg provocatively titled “Do Business Schools Incubate Criminals?” He argues that business schools are “partly to blame” for the decline in … Continue reading

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What Child Prodigies and Autistic People Have in Common

Maia Shalavitz Time A study of eight child prodigies finds that they have some striking characteristics in common, most notably high levels of autistic traits and an overrepresentation of autism in their close family members. Child prodigies evoke awe, wonder … Continue reading

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The Latest “Breakthrough”: Gas-releasing Aspirin?

ANH-USA Can’t we give something natural a try first? In March, two studies were published which suggested that aspirin may be an inexpensive and powerful weapon to fight cancer. This isn’t surprising. Aspirin is an anti-inflammatory and most anti-inflammatories seem … Continue reading

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Brain Food: Berries Can Slow Cognitive Decline

Alice Park Time Its spring, which means it’s the season for fresh, juicy berries. And that’s good news for your brain. Researchers report in the journal Annals of Neurology that women who ate berries more frequently over a period of … Continue reading

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Conquering shyness now’s simpler than you believe

The Wise Directory Finding out how to overcome shyness might be simpler than you believe. You might have been battling with shy ideas and feelings for the entire existence, but the good thing is it’s rarely to early to alter. … Continue reading

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Greece Scammed By Goldman While Trying To Meet EU Financial Terms

Alexander Higgins Alexander Higgins Blog While trying to meet the terms of the EU Treaty, Goldman Sachs’ duped Greece in a derivative transaction disguised as a loan leaving taxpayers on the hook for $793 million. A Bloomberg report on Goldman … Continue reading

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Genetically Modified Nature: GM Salmon Under Attack By Concerned Experts

Mike Barrett Natural Society The approval of genetically modified salmon has been a controversial issue for quite some time now, and the heat surrounding the altered fish isn’t dying down. Recently three United States consumer groups petitioned the Food and … Continue reading

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The Emotionally Sensitive Person Understanding Adult Bullies

Karen Hall Psych Central One type of emotional bully is the person who attempts to use anger as a way of protecting themselves, controlling others or as a form of connection. Anger is often a hurtful emotion for those on … Continue reading

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After Fukushima, fish tales

Source: Montreal Gazette After the world’s worst nuclear accident in 25 years, authorities in Canada said people living here were safe and faced no health risks from the fallout from Fukushima. They said most of the radiation from the crippled … Continue reading

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Global Warming Hysteria: Pushing Rights of Nature at Durban

Source: First Things Over at the warming skeptical blog Climate Depot, Lord Monckton analyzed the proposals for a comprehensive anti global warming treaty. There is much he describes about which to be alarmed and oppose implacably.  For example, apparently an international global … Continue reading

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