Archive for December, 2016

December 30, 2016

The Most Popular Science Stories of 2016 – Scientific American

The presidential election took center stage, but our readers were also fascinated by everything from particle physics and rage disorder to autism in girls and the polar vortex

Source: The Most Popular Science Stories of 2016 – Scientific American

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December 29, 2016

Wisconsin Cheese ‘Roth Grand Cru Surchoix’ Is Best in the World – Condé Nast Traveler

Take that, France.

Source: Wisconsin Cheese ‘Roth Grand Cru Surchoix’ Is Best in the World – Condé Nast Traveler

December 29, 2016

These are the books we’re giving our friends this year – Mother Jones – Medium

MoJo staffers review 20 notable reads from 2016.

Source: These are the books we’re giving our friends this year – Mother Jones – Medium

December 29, 2016

Books of the year 2016 – a scientist’s reading list | Science | The Guardian

The twenty-seven books this scientist read in 2016 as part of a long-term project to delve deeper into science and to escape it altogether

Source: Books of the year 2016 – a scientist’s reading list | Science | The Guardian

December 28, 2016

Bernie Sanders Warns That Corporate Media Threatens Democracy | Alternet

The American media is no longer covering elections in a way that serves the American people, the Vermont senator argued.

Source: Bernie Sanders Warns That Corporate Media Threatens Democracy | Alternet

December 27, 2016

Forks Over Knives | Top 3 Diabetes Myths, Busted: Fruit, Starchy Vegetables, and Blood Glucose

Almost 10 percent of Americans have diabetes and that number is growing. Unfortunately, the myths surrounding diabetes are as widespread as the disorder itself. Here we debunk the most common diabetes myths. For the past 50 years, people diagnosed with… Read more

Source: Forks Over Knives | Top 3 Diabetes Myths, Busted: Fruit, Starchy Vegetables, and Blood Glucose

December 26, 2016

Mediterranean Diet- Healthy IN SPITE OF Olive Oil – Blog

Source: Mediterranean Diet- Healthy IN SPITE OF Olive Oil – Blog

December 23, 2016

A Gentle Reminder That Jesus Was A Brown Middle Eastern Refugee Who Would Not Have Voted For Trump – The Stories – Medium

He might have flipped over some tables at Mar-a-Lago, though.

Source: A Gentle Reminder That Jesus Was A Brown Middle Eastern Refugee Who Would Not Have Voted For Trump – The Stories – Medium

December 23, 2016

The Ashes: A Humanist Sermon – Daylight Atheism

Despite the failure of our hopes, the mission to do good must continue.

Source: The Ashes: A Humanist Sermon – Daylight Atheism

December 22, 2016

How Do You Distinguish Between Religious Fervor and Mental Illness? – Scientific American Blog Network

It’s not meant as insult to believers; the two states of mind can share many similar characteristics

Source: How Do You Distinguish Between Religious Fervor and Mental Illness? – Scientific American Blog Network