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Is The Earth Really Flat?

As I’ve noted in the past, there’s an undercurrent of anti-science that has always been a part of the American life-style. This undercurrent holds that science and the pursuit of knowledge is somehow undesirable or even “evil.”

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“Safe Injection Sites.” I can remember the first time I heard of this phenomena…partly because it was too shocking to the conscious to conceive as real and partly because the concept of being “shocked” is clearly coming to an end in this world ... more

Jan 17, 2018 11:51 AM On The Beat

Exercise; eat healthier; be a better person; clean up clutter. Did you make any new year’s resolutions? Given 2017, assuming you want to continue decent quality of life on this planet, serious 2018 environmental resolutions are needed. To quote ... more

Jan 10, 2018 11:27 AM Shades of Green

Here we are, standing on the threshold of a new year. I believe it’s a healthy (and potentially healing) time for reflections back, and intentions forward. Most in my circle are fervently hoping for a better 2018, due largely to political ... more

Jan 3, 2018 11:52 AM Shrink Rap

DeLoreans, Miami Vice, and video arcades. I blame two seasons of Stranger Things for my overwhelming desire to seek out reminders of the ‘80s for better or worse. When I heard about Chattanooga Billiard Club’s newish game room at their Jordan ... more

Jan 3, 2018 11:52 AM Game On!

There may be no place in American life where sexism is baked in more thoroughly than car culture. A recent New York Times article profiling generations of abuse at Ford Motor Company—a problem they’ve been getting sued for since 1995 and which ... more

Dec 27, 2017 11:32 AM Air Bag

Digital Issue 15.03

Tuesday

January 23, 2018

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Wednesday

January 24, 2018

Thursday

January 25, 2018

Friday

January 26, 2018

Saturday

January 27, 2018

Sunday

January 28, 2018

Monday

January 29, 2018