Archive for June 5th, 2007

On sharing meat and other lucky things

| June 5, 2007 | 2 Replies
On sharing meat and other lucky things

When are we likely to share resources?  At first glance, some of us might say that we share when we have more of something than other people around us.  It’s not that simple, however. In “Evolutionary Psychology, Moral Heuristics in the Law,” Leda Cosmides and John Tooby discuss moral heuristics and the evolution of the […]

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But there’s a real war going on

| June 5, 2007 | 5 Replies
But there’s a real war going on

I’ve often complained that my home town’s once-great newspaper has completely lost its way. Here’s more proof.  There’s a real war going on.   Real people are dying for no good reason and the U.S. is funding this war.   This tragic story of what is going on and why should be front page material until the killing […]

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Heavily fortified vacant train repair yard

| June 5, 2007 | 1 Reply
Heavily fortified vacant train repair yard

A friend referred me to this video about a strange government facility in a low-crime area in Indiana.  Interesting stuff.   Any ideas of what this is?   It does look as though the governmnent plans to put a bunch of people into this space.   On the other hand, maybe this is just another example of the […]

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