Psychopaths are difficult to spot most of the time. They’re not the “Jack the Ripper” caricatures you see in films or read about in books. Often, psychopaths appear normal, which makes them hard to identify. In the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, or DSM-5, someone with a psychopathic personality type is defined as […]
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Richard Florida: One of the most persistent myths in America today is that urban areas are innovative and rural areas are not. While it is overwhelmingly clear that innovation and creativity tend to cluster in a small number of cities and metropolitan areas, it’s a big mistake to think that they somehow skip over rural […]
Heads up, cities: Economic growth does not necessarily go hand-in-hand with economic and racial inclusion. That’s the finding of a new, in-depth analysis by the Urban Institute (UI) of the 274 largest cities in America. The report and accompanying data tool show how economic shifts in these cities since the 1980s have corresponded with “inclusion”—the […]
An illustrated account of both evil and righteous attempts to create a “perfect” society. They were all fantastically unsuccessful.
Falsehoods almost always beat out the truth on Twitter, penetrating further, faster, and deeper into the social network than accurate information. A large megaphone projects lies, fake news, falsehoods, and images of Donald Trump, Mark Zuckerberg, and Hillary Clinton. A smaller megaphone projects truth.
The best place to retire depends on what you value. When deciding the best place to retire, it’s important to consider affordability, quality of life, and health care. Minnesota is the best for quality of life and healthcare, but has low affordability for retirees. Florida is the best state for retirees, not surprising considering it […]
Weed and yoga might just be a match made in heaven. But despite pot’s legal status in Denver, “ganja yoga” isn’t permitted. Well, unless you get stoned yourself and then go to a yoga class. But maybe there’s another option on the way…
Japan is dealing with what economists call a “demographic time bomb.”
Swimming with the sharks makes perfect sense in our evolving corporate world.
The United States’ massive food waste problem has an easy fix: People could start eating their leftovers.
The immigrant maps of America: Genome study of over 770,000 people reveals the ancestral origins of each part of the country
Scientists from AncestryDNA analysed genome-wide genotype data from 774,516 Americans This allowed researchers to identify the genetic ‘clusters’ within, or the genetic communities The study reveals ancestral origins and migration patterns for specific groups across the country
September 23, 2017 – There is a generational shift going on that is not reflected in the dystopian politics we see in the United States these days. The vast majority of young people see green, sustainable, and socially responsible as critical values in their purchasing decisions according to a Nielsen global study done in 2015. […]