Biomedical Science Studies Are Shockingly Hard to Reproduce | Science | Smithsonian

It’s hard to argue against the power of science. From studies that evaluate the latest dietary trend to experiments that illuminate predictors of happiness, people have come to increasingly look at scientific results as concrete, reliable facts that can govern how we think and act.Related Content Scientists Replicated 100 Psychology …

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One interesting quote on altruism in nanny states | Initium. Smelling Roses in the Kali-Yuga

“Big Sister does not want her peasants holding values that are incompatible with the Good Society. She will not tolerate adult behavior, or independent thought and action. Thus she hates religion, morality, political dissent of any kind (democracy is, again, intolerant of dissent, even in dress), and in particular she …

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FRACTURED FEMININITY: Endometriosis Treatment and a Failure of Feminism | altfem magazine

It says women today, after all the feminist movements of the last 150 years, are still not valued as whole people. We have transferred the disdain formerly directed at women’s independent dreams and career aspirations toward our normally functioning female bodies. Our cyclic fertility, which should function well without disease …

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