WAY less than the 15% saved by not using your AC. (One more reason why Maine rocks! Shhh! We're not talking about the heater. Lalala, I can't hear you.)
For those of you who want to have a consistent impact in the world (I'm reminded of the environmental activist who's trust fund was all in Exxon) have a look at social investing.
I’ve only looked at one or two videos, but I love that Salmon Khan is getting out to the world.
I've included the review of randomized controlled trials for Qi Gong and pain. The results are encouraging.
I'm amazed at how well he's doing. It appears that I'm in the wrong profession.
While I don't espouse his political views, the lecturer has some very good history and questions about the ongoing concentration of vast sums into fewer and fewer hands. This directly affects all our health and the healthcare system.
A very good discussion of the latest research in neurocognitive science (with pictures!) Summary: empathize, which is wired in, or we all die. Some really interesting data on "Adam and Eve"
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