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What Would "Free Will" Need To Work? At Least These 3 Steps...

1. How could free will work? Can we map some steps it would need?<p>2. Neither sense of “free,” as unconstrained or costless, applies. It’s always …

Particles

The Morning Routine That Will Save You 20 Hours a Week

The first 3 hours of your day are your most precious for maximized productivity.<p>The traditional 9-5 workday is poorly structured for high productivity. Perhaps when most work was physical labor it made sense, but not in the knowledge-working world we now live in.<p>Although this may seem obvious …

Time Management

I’m a White Cop and I Support Black Lives Matter

At this point, I'm emotionally drained from trying to explain how I can be both pro-law enforcement and pro-Black Lives Matter.<p><i>This piece was published in partnership with the Influence.</i><p>On Friday morning, I woke up and deactivated my Facebook account, frustrated by the highly charged rhetoric …

The massacre that didn't happen

<b>Waseca, Minnesota (CNN) —</b> John David LaDue cradled the homemade bomb in a tree not far from school. It was summer 2013, and classes were out -- the perfect time to test his explosive.<p>He lit the fuse.<p>Nothing.<p>The teen had used hot glue for his sealing agent. He switched to auto body filler.<p>The next …

The adaptive mind: Children raised in difficult circumstances show enhanced mental flexibility in adulthood

According to a stream of psychological research, a tumultuous upbringing sets you up for a raw deal later in life. Being raised in households that …

Private Prisons Embrace Corruption to Boost Profits

It seems like something out of a bleak novel. A dark police state where prisons are run by major corporations whose sole source of income is occupancy. This would be a story where nobody listens because the people crying foul are being seen as weak on crime and in defense of prisoners who have had …

A shockingly low amount of money can deter people from a life of crime

There is, of course, no one answer to that question, but when it comes to crimes with economic motives—such as theft—a new study suggests that providing job training, money (or supplies) to get started in legitimate work, and employment opportunities could help curb repeat offenses.<p>The study, from …