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Fatal attraction: the intuitive appeal of GMO opposition

A team of Belgian philosophers and plant biotechnologists have turned to cognitive science to explain why opposition to genetically modified organisms (GMOs) has become so widespread, despite positive contributions GM crops have made to sustainable agriculture. 555 more words



Here’s another new week and another new set of posts!

For today’s psychology post I thought I’d tackle another problematic issue that plagues popular psychology, one that’s a significant aspect of bad science – causation. 1,335 more words


A Warm Blanket.

Need this.

My unenlightened arsenal.
This comfort, this novacane,
my only way to deal
with this madness.

Feel it coming on again,
feel them creeping in. 73 more words


Real Stories from Toronto #2,604,761 - Naked Freedom

At a sex club

I was invited to come to an event by an old acquaintance.  You can walk around naked if you wanted to, but most people had bikinis or some other small shit. 64 more words


Welcome to TGNR Sunday Brunch!

The Good News Review: Sunday Brunch is a new segment to the site to be published every Sunday and features a unique, first person story that contributes to our overall goal of sharing truly good news.   403 more words

Feel Good

The diamanté of shame  

Diamanté, is a poem forming a diamond shape. Jyotsnaben had been to many therapists for disturbance (daughter ran away ). Counselling failed as the major emotion was shame which was left unattended. 170 more words