I'd have substituted "weird and/or funny," for "best" but O.K.
I didn't understand all the fuss over Amazon's $20/year price hike for its valuable Prime service. Didn't Nancy Pelosi inform us $1000/year was "crumbs"? What does that make $20/year?
"Entrepreneurship is a noble calling. Prepare yourself accordingly."
Would be what you'd expect given evolution at work.
11-minute video discussion including a member of the Chicago Tribune's editorial board and featuring a big diss of the Fed Bank of Chicago. People living in Illinois probably should have substantial quantities of booze at hand before viewing.
"This professor is beloved for making his students intellectually uncomfortable. Duke just dumped him."
Sigh. Is it bad news that Duke fired him or good news that some students protested? You decide.
A positive review of a book that is highly critical of Freud. I like this line:
". . . as Allan Bloom argued 30 years ago in The Closing of the American Mind (1987), behind every baneful idea in the popular culture there lurks a German intellectual.
More on the always-interesting but always-weird world of quantum physics.
Op-ed writer in The Mercury News notes an odd thing: California's state revenues "will be 30 percent greater than 10 years ago yet key services will receive less money than they did back then". Go ahead, guess why.
As Capt. Picard would surely say, "Make it so."
During that trial, the oncologist for one terminally ill patient phoned a veteran Fred Hutchinson researcher, Dr. Stanley Riddell, less than a week after the administration of a single dose of these super cells, confessing astonishment. The stricken patient, plagued by pounds of malignant tumors in the lymph nodes of his neck, said he felt the deadly tumors “melting away like ice cubes.” The treatments are still being tweaked, but early results have left usually reserved researchers borderline giddy.