Do we pay too much attention to old people? As the world faces the problems of an aging population, we will need to address various questions.
Our true priorities are shown by what we do, not by what we say.
With the wildly differing views of reality held by people, one has to wonder if one of the most interesting and controversial theories in physics may actually be true.
Curiosity is the force behind new knowledge, invention, and change. Throughout much of history curiosity has been discouraged.
It’s debatable whether the F-35 is a good plane. What’s not debatable is that it’s very expensive.
As you pay attention to advertisements, whether in print or on a screen, you’ll notice that advertisements often feature attractive women.
Many decisions are almost impossibly difficult. We ruminate, vacillate, agonize. What should we do?
While Republicans do what it takes to accomplish things, Democrats are constrained by morals and ethics, by wanting to be good and decent people.
The only constant is change. You can’t step in the same river twice. You can’t go home again. We change as we age and the world changes around us. Change can be stressful, but resisting change can also be stressful.
A lack of trust is strongly correlated with unhappiness. In the U.S. we are seeing an increasing lack of trust between people on different sides of the partisan divide.