[Ms1] It takes brains to be irrational. (I know, I know, that’s not quite right, but roll with me here.)
[Ms2] Roger Scruton looks at our brains.
[Ms3] Jean Twenge believes smartphones are causing depression. As someone that has tried and failed to balance meatworld interaction with online interaction, this has more resonance with me now than it did ten years ago.
[Ms4] This strikes me as both straightforward and necessary.
[Ms5] Insomnia as identity.
[Ms6] Step aside, Superman (pose), and meet Batman (attire).
[Ms7] If one culture is sciences, and the second culture arts, Claire Lehmann wants a third culture.
[Ms8] The origins of the Type A Personality and how it relates to Big Tobacco.
[Ms9] As someone who has been known to waffle, I approve of this message. At least, I think I do. I mean, it could just be a matter of weakness. It really depends on the circumstances.
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— Ninja Economics (@NinjaEconomics) August 30, 2017