Proven by Science: There Is No Such Thing as "Hookup Culture"
August 13, 2013
You’d think that sixteen years of Catholic education would’ve inured me to watching middle-aged adults freak out about sex.
Academic Journal: Does Your Period Affect Your Politics?
August 11, 2013
In June, Psychological Science, an academic monthly that calls itself the "the highest ranked empirical journal in psychology," published a peer-reviewed article titled "The Fluctuating Female Vote: Politics, Religion and the Ovulatory Cycle." Lead-a
No, Science Doesn't Have All the Answers
August 07, 2013
Kibbitzing with Leon Wieseltier on scientism, threats to the humanities, and the highbrow/lowbrow wars.
Science Is Not Your Enemy
August 06, 2013
A plea for an intellectual truce.
To the Editor:
By focusing too much on weight loss.
The Chewing Sound and the Fury
July 18, 2013
What if small, everyday noises ruined your life?
The New Puritans
July 15, 2013
When I read last month that voters in Portland, Oregon, had defeated a bill that would have fluoridated their drinking water, I was reminded of my first experience with an anti-fluoridation wacko.
There’s been a lot of chatter these past few weeks about an Atlantic article by Jean Twenge called “How Long Can You Wait to Have a Baby?” In it she debunks some of the research underlying the claim that women’s fertility declines steeply after 35.
The Volume-Driven Life
July 04, 2013
Imagine how much happier you’d be if you could just adjust the sound.