The bosslady herself is interviewing the Dalai Lama on May 14, and she asked our science followers in particular to weigh in: What questions would you ask?
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"My view is that if your philosophy is not unsettled daily then you are blind to all the universe has to offer."
"Imagining living in a universe without purpose may prepare us to better face reality head on. I cannot see that this is such a bad thing. Living in a strange and remarkable universe that is the way it is, independent of our desires and hopes, is far more satisfying for me than living in a fairy-tale universe invented to justify our existence."
A seemingly trivial task – playing a particular video game – may lessen flashbacks and other psychological symptoms following a traumatic event, according to research presented here at the British Psychology Society Annual Conference.
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Rep. Barney Frank and president of the Mars Society, Dr. Robert Zubrin, go to head-to-head to change readers minds.
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HuffPost Science’s Cara Santa Maria explores the link between brain damage and violence in the case of the UT Sniper. More here.