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Can We Auto-Correct Humanity?

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The Failure of Syntax

The colossal misunderstanding of our time is the assumption that insight will work with people who are unmotivated to change.  Communication does not depend on syntax, or eloquence, or rhetoric, or articulation but on the emotional context in which the … Continue reading

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On Morning Writing

by Sundar J.M. Brown That intellectually indefatigable, spectral league of experts called They, say a writer’s best ideas come in the morning.  I never want to believe what They say.  They, however, are, all too often, right. Morning inspiration from … Continue reading

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Is Sugar Toxic?

This article originally appeared on the New York Times online edition at: by Gary Taubes On May 26, 2009, Robert Lustig gave a lecture called “Sugar: The Bitter Truth,” which was posted on YouTube the following July. Since then, … Continue reading

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Vegan On The Silver Screen

 RE-BLOGGED FROM: Vegan On The Silver Screen Louise Morgan wishes she’d known about “plant-based” diets when she raised her family in rural Georgia some 40 years ago. Maybe, she says, it would have saved her husband’s life. “We didn’t have … Continue reading

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How To Make Oatmeal… Wrong

REBLOGGED FROM: Mark Bittman in the New York Times by Mark Bittman There’s a feeling of inevitability in writing about McDonald’s latest offering, their “bowl full of wholesome” — also known as oatmeal. The leading fast-food multinational, with sales over … Continue reading

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What’s Wrong With What We Eat?

In this fiery and funny talk, New York Times food writer Mark Bittman weighs in on what’s wrong with the way we eat now (too much meat, too few plants; too much fast food, too little home cooking), and why … Continue reading

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