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- Is the future communist?
- Steven Pinker on the motivations behind violence
- Should you floss? A cost-benefit analysis
- Utilitarianism more popular than you think
- The lives you could have saved
- Why improve nature when destroying it is so much easier?
- Quotes I like
- Sex addiction a pathology, but not monogamy addiction?
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The lives you could have saved
How feasible is a ‘charter city of refugees’ in Australia?
NEWS FLASH: multiverse theory proven right
Choosing the best status games for society
Eat cows to save mice? Hold your horses!
Beeminding your way to greatness
Should you floss: a cost benefit analysis
What should we do about wilderness?
- RT @DrZhana: A surprising number of (young, liberal) people would consider having an open relationship. ow.ly/vTAqr 14 hours ago
- The idea that inflation makes us poorer is the idea that America can get rich by burning money. RT Noah Smith 17 hours ago
- There's no reason ever to be insulted. Either something is false, in which case why be insulted or it's true, in which case why be insulted? 18 hours ago
- My niece has just 50c pocket money but is richer than the poorest 2 billion people in the world combined. blogs.reuters.com/felix-salmon/2… 1 day ago
- "Why is it that 1. Larry Summers seems brilliant. 2. I disagree with him on just about everything?" econlog.econlib.org/archives/2014/… 1 day ago
- The impact of life-saving interventions on fertility davidroodman.com/blog/2014/04/1… 2 days ago