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Our Food

This past week had some really interesting headlines regarding our food.  In one headline we read,  Are Corn Flakes Republican?  The article goes on to inform us of a new software program that will scan food in the marketplace and inform you of how the company votes with its dollars.  Quoting the Huff Post article, “The app uses data from the Center for Responsive Politics, the Institute for State Money in Politics and the Sunlight Foundation tracking donations by corporate boards, employees and political action committees.”1  So the idea is simple, if you’re a Democrat don’t buy corn flakes—vote with ...

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The Brains On/Off Switch

We are all familiar with simple toggle switches that turn things on and off. From our household light switches to those small slide buttons on the bottom of children’s toys, we learn not just what a switch is, but how to use it—and we do so very early in life. Switches are so common that we take them for granted. We have small switches and large ones, and we turn off and on single light bulbs and entire electrical grids. So what’s the deal about on-off switches? There are many things we have come to take for granted. Among them ...

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Questioning Free Will

For years there has raged an argument on college campuses across the globe. Since the subconscious appears to make over 90% of our choices, is there really any such thing as free will? The fact is, ever since the pioneering work of Benjamin Libet and his observation of cortical evoked potentials, particularly the P300 wave, scientists have known that the conscious mind is the tail being wagged by the subconscious. In other words, and the hard data bears this conclusion out, the conscious mind makes up reasons for why we do what we do out of an inherent need to ...

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Beyond a Reasonable Doubt

The idea of life after death is a subject that cynics often debase by using that old Freudian logic, “Religion is a sugar-coated neurotic crutch.” They may continue by drawing on the words of the philosopher, John Wisdom, pointing out that it’s a bit like having Daddy at the end of the hall when you have a nightmare or become afraid. The creator, by whatever name, is of course responsible for providing an afterlife. As such, it doesn’t matter if you’re a deist or theist or even an agnostic, proof of the afterlife does not necessarily imply the living existence ...

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How God Changes the Brain

God is an interesting word. Perhaps more than any other word in any language, it stands out as potentially involving a greater number of meanings and emotional responses than all others. For some the word invokes hope, love and peace and for others it is a reference to non-sense, superstition, mental weakness and for some others, the word elicits fear, anger and even hatred. The ways we understand God inherently give rise to the meaning of God! For spiritual and religious people, it is this personal understanding of God that forms the basis for the meaning and purpose in their ...

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