Men are more likely to be extremely smart or stupid.

Researchers at Duke studied SAT scores of intellectually promising 7th graders (ages 12 to 13) over the last 30 years. The figure below took the ratio of boys to girls who scored in the top 1%, 0.5%, and 0.01% of the distribution in math scores (girls have a slight edge on the verbal SAT, but the … Continue reading Men are more likely to be extremely smart or stupid.

World Meat Free Day

Why Get Involved? Why World Meat Free Day? It’s a good question. Why do we want 10 million people to change their diet for just a day? It’s simple really. You see, experts say that by 2050 the world’s population is set to increase to over 9 billion people*. That’s 30% higher than today. If … Continue reading World Meat Free Day

The Future of College

If you graduate from college, you’re likely to find a more rewarding job, earn more money, and be healthier. But in the U.S., we could fall short by 11 million graduates in the next ten years: Learn more: It's Never Too late to Start Help Wanted: 11 million collage grads. By Bill Gates

Coffee Lovers

Is coffee no longer giving you an energy boost in the morning? Here’s why Every so often, science disproves the thinking behind a deeply embedded habit we have. The latest: drinking coffee in the morning. It turns out, the morning is actually one of the worst times of the day to drink coffee, according to … Continue reading Coffee Lovers

Team Work

In 5 days, a group of dedicated people will demonstrate on the field what team work means. __But, when American football coaching legend Vince Lombardi described his philosophy on teamwork, he certainly knew what he was talking about. But he probably wasn’t thinking about virtual business teams. He couldn’t have imagined that in the new millennium, people … Continue reading Team Work

“And The Waltz Goes On”

On the big screen, we sometimes only see the actor, but a lot of them are musicians, composers and artists... Lets look at one composer in particular,  Sir Anthony Hopkins André Rieu & His Johann Strauss Orchestra performing "And The Waltz Goes On" in Maastricht. A Waltz composed by Sir Anthony Hopkins. Taken from "André … Continue reading “And The Waltz Goes On”

Five conversations before you put a ring on it

From Elizabeth Cronise McLaughlin There comes a point in every relationship when the time is right to have some critical conversations about what comes next. While I wouldn’t recommend having these discussions on the first date, they can help to evaluate whether your partnership is a good fit for the long-haul, and if so, to set … Continue reading Five conversations before you put a ring on it

Hillary Clinton Endorses GMOs

Former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has expressed her support for genetically modified crops and crop biotechnology. In a 65-minute keynote appearance at the Biotechnology Industry Organization (BIO) convention in San Diego in late June, Clinton conversed with Jim Greenwood, BIO president, on a wide range of topics including GMOs. “I stand in favor of using seeds … Continue reading Hillary Clinton Endorses GMOs

Did Hillary Clinton Really Say That?

This is not a democrat or republican issue. This is about the people in Washington being so disconnected from reality that they are dangerous...they don't understand how the economy works.  By Dan Rubock.  Learn more: Should You Be Buying Gold?    How you can have your own gold reserved, click HERE [Registration-become a customer]   Forbes: October … Continue reading Did Hillary Clinton Really Say That?

The Love Life of Plant

BY BILL GATES ON OCTOBER 22, 2014 Of all the things I did when I visited Cornell University recently, I probably had the most fun brushing up on how plants have sex. Cornell is one of the world’s top universities for research on improving crops. Their work involves a lot of plant breeding. During one … Continue reading The Love Life of Plant