Posts tagged: articles
really interesting article. pretty much pinpoints apple’s marketing and psychological maneuvering of its customers.
manipulative, yet brilliant. and it seems to work
from her article on the resurgence
We should not try to play God with the planet.
another fascinating article exploring geoengineering (like it says, trying to play God with the planet, namely climate systems).
as we exceed 400 ppm of carbon dioxide in our atmosphere for the first time in 300 million years, we have reason to be alarmed…
Much of our produce is relatively low in phytonutrients — compounds that may reduce the risk of many diseases.
oh my goodness, such a fascinating article about the development of our modern-day conception of nutritional foods…when their ancestors, had they become more palatable and thus marketable, would’ve provided us with even greater health benefits.
it’s a gripping article!
ya, kind of an eyebrow raising title for a guy’s blog, no? hehe
and admittedly, yes i took this directly from the title of the article
but. oh. my. goodness…this article was incredible to read. it not only blessed me, but also thoroughly humbled me. what an amazing woman of faith who thinks in such a way!!
Here’s what BP doesn’t want you to know about the use of Corexit after the 2010 Gulf of Mexico spill.
a fascinating article about the agent corexit, british petroleum, and the deepwater horizon oil spill of 2010
is any more debate necessary?
informative video about wealth inequality in america w/ powerful and easy-to-understand graphics of what inequality actually looks like.
got this from a huffington post article by al gore.
this is a rude awakening of the truth, and not a pleasant truth, at that…
an enjoyable read on the significance behind the names that popes adopt once elected into office. it’s more than just a name and roman numeral; it carries the weight of the papacy’s vision for the future.
i just posted a quote from this article talking about a jewish psychiatrist’s (viktor frankl) perspective on happiness and meaning. and it is not only illuminating, but also reconciles our human search for “meaning in life” with values that Christ, himself espoused.
giving, rather than taking. the pursuit of happiness in and of itself vs. the pursuit of happiness through a greater purpose/cause.
brilliant, challenging read. enjoy!