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Quantum Entanglement, Quantum Biology, and a Hunch About the Human Condition

This 'gestalt' of quantum entanglement was an incredible experience... but somebody beat me to it sixty years ago! Read More »

Book Review: Think: Straight Talk for Women to Stay Smart in a Dumbed-Down World by Lisa Bloom

In a sea of pop culture, our value are sinking fast. Read More »

What John Galliano Tells Us about the Dark Side of Status

The real currency of haute couture is exclusivity, which is woven from heritage, genetic good fortune, unattainable expense, and, oddly enough, French law. Read More »

Real Reform: An Idea for Mending America’s Broken Health Insurance System

To create true health insurance reform, we must address the real problems at hand. Read More »

Unlearning Christmas

I will not say to you "Merry Christmas," but I will tell you "Happy Holidays." Read More »

Book Review: Looking Up at the Bottom Line: The Struggle For the Living Wage by Richard R. Troxell

Richard R. Troxell offers a workable solution to homelessness caused by economic reasons. Read More »

Yeah, Blame It on the Kids!

Do daughters cause divorce? Read More »

Book Review: Christians Are Hate-Filled Hypocrites … and Other Lies You’ve Been Told by Bradley R. E. Wright, PhD

The sky isn't falling. Not all statistics about Christianity are created equal. Read More »

Book Review: The Kitchen Shrink by Dora Calott Wang M.D.

A personal and deeply moving account of a doctor’s life and her insights into the troubled American health care system. Read More »

Book Review: Waiting for Jack: Confessions of a Self-Help Junkie by Kristen Moeller

When did self-help become the need for perfection? The search for more? Read More »