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The Republican War Against Science: Doonesbury Cartoon Strip

This is way too good not to post, but tragic that Lincoln’s Party should have fallen so far:

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Religion, Transcendence and Group Selection: Jon Haidt’s View

I guess since I first read Darwin as a late teenager I have assumed that group selection was the case, that organisms that successfully bonded together would thrive against those that did not. I guess this was my Welsh mining … Continue reading

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US Conservatism, the South and Denialism

In 1964, the passage of the Civil Rights Act, lost, as President Johnson predicted, the Southern Democrats to the Democrat Party and set the stage for the ‘Southern Strategy’ that won Nixon the Presidency in 1968 and gave the Republicans … Continue reading

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Conflict Resolution: Charles Darwin’s Top Ten Conflict Tips

Charles Darwin (1809-82) See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Darwin The evolution of the species by means of natural selection has had a huge impact on our mental view of conflict. The conflict of species for survival as a means to limit potentially exponential population growth … Continue reading

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