"More than two decades after the discovery of dark energy, astronomers remain in the dark regarding what it's all about."
"If you have been inclined to think that college costs far more than it needs to, Priced Out will prove how right you were."
In the midst of much current news that is, to say the least, discouraging, my wife visits this site frequently for more uplifting news.
Here's an example of a good piece on the site by Tim Worstall, "The Secret Recipe for Civilization". It is encouraging and it also gently points out that a noted food writer should stay in his lane.
The problems of Bozeman, Montana with a guest appearance by guess who, the federal government. (New York Times, may be gated.)
An awful characteristic of the teachers' unions: their fierce opposition to charter schools.
Paul Mirengoff at Powerline makes a good point. But give the social scientists five or ten years and we'll either have an answer or we'll be just as confused.
Ain't that the truth.
10 good suggestions. Example:
1. How rich other people are getting. John Pierpont Morgan is attributed with the quote, “Nothing so undermines your financial judgement as the sight of your neighbor getting rich.”
Independent "confirmation," just like the two or more sources rule, is now old and busted and one more way most legacy media continue to decline.
Not that I'll be around to see it, but I expect this pattern to continue for at least another century or two.