Artist Gao Youjun, who goes by Tango, has created a brilliant set of drawings for your viewing pleasure. If...
This weekend I traveled to Nanaimo, British Columbia to attend the Science & Spirituality Conference. There were hundreds of...
When we look at upstanding members of society, it’s hard to believe they ever ran wild, even as youths. But some past tales may surprise you! For those entering the world of youth offending jobs, these stories should give you hope. Mark Wahlberg Mark was the ultimate wild-child. By 13 he... Read more
Raise a hand if any of you out there were sold on the idea of the Myers-Briggs test by a school counsellor or teacher to determine what should do with your life? Okay, that was pretty much all of us in North America. You may now put your hands... Read more
Photo credit : Bona Kim, Nina Yi and Soongsup Shin Read more
Here are some hard hitting pieces of artwork that shake up the way you look at the mundane ignorance that most of us regularly take part in. Read more
That organization exists to assert the political will of the United States government against other people by force of arms. And what they do is not like it’s portrayed in the movies. They’re not sending you out there to be a hero, they’re sending you out there to be... Read more
The great thing about social media was how it gave a voice to voiceless people. But we’re now creating a surveillance society where the smartest way to survive is to go back to being voiceless. Read more
What is is about society that disappoints you so much? Oh I don’t know. Is it that we collectively thought that Steve jobs was a great man even when we knew he made billions off the backs of children? Or maybe it’s that it feels that all of... Read more
Although this New York Times report is two years old, I think it does a fantastic job of highlighting the media’s ability to lead sheep to slaughter over unjust scientific claims. This “Tale of Crack Babies” is just another prime example of how fallacious studies can be leveraged to... Read more