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Scientists vs. Public Opinion

Scientists vs. Public Opinion

Collectively, scientists are our biggest thinkers, our problem solvers, the most logical among us, so let’s look at how their views on some of the most important issues facing humanity compare to the general public’s feelings about those same issues, using data from surveys conducted by the Pew Research Center. Scientists overwhelmingly agree that the […]

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Cycling’s speed secrets | The Economist

Cycling’s speed secrets | The Economist

Few sports test the limits of professional athletes like cycling. [Cycling Commentator] It’s a furious threat. But it’s not just human endurance on the track that delivers the winning formula, it’s human ingenuity off it. It’s the world’s fastest bike. In an elite sport, the difference between success and failure is often the finest of […]

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Angela Merkel’s rise to power, in five steps | The Economist

Angela Merkel’s rise to power, in five steps | The Economist

Angela Merkel is the most astonishing and successful political survivor in Germany since reunification Angela Merkel always want the people around her, those who work with her to be very, very loyal, and not to talk to the media by their own. Whoever breaks this unwritten law will be thrown out immediately It was quite […]

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How did Kosovo become a country? | The Economist

In 2008, Kosovo became Europe’s newest country. This small state of 1.8 million people, emerged as a result of one of Europe’s most brutal sectarian conflicts since the Second World War. It was a conflict that pitted an authoritarian nationalist leader, Slobodan Milosevic. When bombing stop, then it will be very easy to continue political […]

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Trump Blames Obama For Weak U.S. Pandemic Response

Trump Blames Obama For Weak U.S. Pandemic Response

Yesterday, Donald Trump held a press conference standing alongside Mike Pence, where he kind of explained why the pandemic is happening here in the United States or why it’s finally starting to spread in this country. And of course, in true Trump form, it’s all Obama’s fault. According to Donald Trump himself at this little […]

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Putin’s Russia and the ghost of the Romanovs | The Economist

Putin’s Russia and the ghost of the Romanovs | The Economist

100 years ago, this week, Russia’s imperial family, the Romanovs, were murdered by the Bolsheviks, the country’s Marxist revolutionaries. Today, Russia has a leader who many believe is positioning himself as a new kind of tsar. Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin. Russia’s president has adopted some of the trappings of an imperial ruler. But he also admires […]

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Mapping global population and the future of the world | The Economist

Mapping global population and the future of the world | The Economist

The world’s population has doubled in just four decades. 7.6 billion of us now live on the planet. And it’s likely there will be a billion more by 2030. But population growth varies from continent to continent. The fastest population rises are in Africa and Asia which will have eight of the 10 most populous […]

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Foundational Concepts in Economics with Howard Baetjer | A Libertarianism.org Guide

Foundational Concepts in Economics with Howard Baetjer | A Libertarianism.org Guide

Howard Baetjer: My name is Howard Baetjer, I’m a Lecturer in the Department of Economics at Towson University, and in this Guide I’ll be presenting an introduction to basic economics. We’ll begin with fundamental concepts, then we’ll have a discussion of supply and demand, and then in the last lectures I’ll talk about the fundamental […]

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How to help America’s poor | The Economist

Children who are hungry… …extreme poverty in this country Is a challenge to the conscience of our nation Really talk about what’s happening in America, and that is poverty Americans have long been aware… …of the country’s poverty problem About one out of every six people that you pass… …could be living in poverty Almost […]

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