It’s August of 2011, do you know when your Apocalypse is? Maggie Koerth-Baker talks to archaeologist John Hoopes about 2012 myths, pseudo-science movements, and why the 2012 phenomenon owes as much to Lovecraft and Huxley as it does to the ancient Maya.
When it comes to reducing our energy use and turning away from fossil fuels, we are past the point where we have a choice. We must act now or there won’t be a future for our civilization, says renewable energy expert Robert Easterling. To move forward, we need to look at the efforts of leaders like FDR who moved entire nations to dramatic action.
Nigerian writer Sylva Ifedigbo attempts to demystify death and conquer the fear of it in this impersonal conversation between a human being and the dreaded spirit of death.
We seek refuge in our beliefs as we witness the unspeakable acts of violence in the world. But does it ever occur to us that beliefs are the problem, not the solution?
Environmental journalist Mark Hertsgaard’s book “Hot” describes what life will be like for his daughter’s generation with the effects of climate change.
If you’ve ever wondered what happened to your relationship and how things went so wrong, then this article is for you. More often than not, the reasons your relationship blew up in your face are not all that inexplicable. Read the top reasons why relationships go bad and see how your last relationship measures up.
Born violent? A troop of baboons chooses an enduring culture of peace. Can humans do the same?
For anyone who’s ever gone through a hard break up and needs a few ideas to get back on their feet, Jenn Pedde offers some sound tips.
Being Grateful Can Help You Lead The Life You Want And Ease Your Pain
What do you do with a kid who’s angry, depressed, disconnected, or all of the above? Lorna Shepardson knows a magical gift horses possess that can help bring young people from the depths of darkness to a glimmer of self-confidence. This is Lorna’s story.