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Manifesto of the Poor: Solutions Come From Below | Permaculture Magazine

Manifesto of the Poor: Solutions Come From Below | Permaculture Magazine

10 Reasons for Man to Leave Religion Behind

10 Reasons for Man to Leave Religion Behind

"We share a planet. Let’s start acting like it."

U.N. climate report: We must focus on “decarbonization,” and it won’t wreck the economy | Grist

"We share a planet. Let’s start acting like it."

U.N. climate report: We must focus on “decarbonization,” and it won’t wreck the economy | Grist

Harvard’s Joshua Greene on the evolution of morality—and why humanity may, objectively, be getting better in the long run.

6 Surprising Scientific Findings About Good and Evil | Mother Jones

Harvard’s Joshua Greene on the evolution of morality—and why humanity may, objectively, be getting better in the long run.

6 Surprising Scientific Findings About Good and Evil | Mother Jones

Let the Devil Sleep: Rwanda 20 Years After Genocide

Let the Devil Sleep: Rwanda 20 Years After Genocide

ON KAHNEMAN | Edge.org

ON KAHNEMAN | Edge.org

Why the Media’s Fearmongering on Marijuana Effects on the Brain Is Faulty | Alternet

Why the Media’s Fearmongering on Marijuana Effects on the Brain Is Faulty | Alternet

Cosmography of the Local Universe (by Daniel Pomarède)

Does Kin Selection Explain The Evolution Of Religion? : NPR

Does Kin Selection Explain The Evolution Of Religion? : NPR

God and gorillas - Salon.com

God and gorillas - Salon.com

Can It Be? Parrots Name Their Children, And Those Names, Like Ours, Stick For Life : NPR

Can It Be? Parrots Name Their Children, And Those Names, Like Ours, Stick For Life : NPR

"One of the biggest arguments in favor of robust intellectual property rights is that they are supposed to drive innovation, giving big rewards to those who come up with new ideas. But a growing list of experts, such as Boldrin and Levine, counter that this is nonsense. “Intellectual monopoly is not a cause of innovation,” they write, “but it is rather an unwelcome consequence of it.” They argue that in young, dynamic industries, intellectual monopoly doesn’t play a major role — it’s only when the ideas run out that companies become obsessed with having the government protect the old ways of doing business."

5 Things to Know About How Corporations Block Access to Everything from Lifesaving Drugs to Basic Scientific Research | Alternet

OVERPOPULATED - BBC Documentary (by A Dose Of Future)