Deborah Anne

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Want to Get Out Alive? Follow the Ants - Issue 13: Symmetry

On an evening in January A.D. 532, pandemonium broke out in the Constantinople Hippodrome, a U-shaped chariot racetrack surrounded by stadium stands. …

The Illusion of Asymmetric Insight

<b>The Misconception:</b> You celebrate diversity and respect others’ points of view.<p><b>The Truth:</b> You are driven to create and form groups and then believe …

Fortune.com

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Economists Say Millennials Should Consider Careers In Trades

<i>This story is part of the</i>New Boom<i>series on millennials in America.</i><p>As the economy continues to recover, economists are seeing stark differences between people with high school and college degrees. The unemployment rate is nearly twice as high for Americans with a high school diploma as for those …

College & University

Seven unknown architectural wonders

Forget the Taj Mahal and the Colosseum – some of the world’s most impressive structures remain out of the public eye.<p>We’ve all heard of the Colosseum, the Great Wall of China, and the Taj Mahal. But what about the world’s undiscovered architectural wonders: the man-made marvels where most crowds …

Fast running is as deadly as sitting on couch, scientists find

Running a few times a week at a moderate pace is the best way to improve health, say scientists, as they warn against overdoing it<p>Too much exercise really can kill you, scientists have discovered, after finding runners who speed along at 7mph or more are doing themselves more harm than good.<p>A study …

'3-Parent Baby' Law Moves Forward In Britain

Britain is on track to become the first country in the world to legalize a controversial procedure that uses DNA from three people to produce an embryo, as a way to cut out inherited DNA that can cause serious health problems in children.<p>The House of Commons voted to approve the Human Fertilization …

Science Denialism Has Consequences

When I was kid, there was this commercial that became a 1970s version of a meme. In it, Mother Nature is seen in a forest with a gathering of animals telling fairytales about Goldilocks eating porridge covered with sweet butter. When informed that her porridge is, in fact, slathered in Chiffon …

Scott Walker's Naive Foreign-Policy Beliefs

His prescription for success: tough rhetoric and never ruling out "boots on the ground."<p>As the governor of Wisconsin, Scott Walker could be forgiven for knowing very little about foreign policy. But now the Tea Party Republican has White House ambitions. On Sunday, Martha Raddatz, a Senior Foreign …

Science Is Beautiful: The Human Body Under The Microscope

A new book showcases the magnificent micro-world<p><i>Science Is Beautiful</i>, a new book by Colin Salter, is a compilation of images that show what the human body looks like under a microscope. With an artistic eye, the book showcases cells, microbes, and more. Here are some of our favorite images from</i> …

Dos and don’ts for restful sleep

From eating “slumber foods” to playing the didgeridoo – David Robson looks at the tried and tested ways to get a good night’s sleep.<p>Few experiences are as maddening as a restless night. Sleep should, in theory, be the most natural and effortless activity in the world, yet insomnia is common to many …

National Geographic Travel

Hockey and weather coverage set Canada’s news media apart, study suggests

Two of Canada's national passions were exceptionally well-represented in the country's news coverage this year, newly-released media monitoring figures suggest.<p>Those passions, you ask? Why, hockey and talking about the weather, of course.<p>The review by Montreal-based Influence Communication found …

Carrick on money: Twenty-three ways parents are blowing their money

<i>The best of the web on money, markets and all things financial, as chosen daily by Globe and Mail personal finance columnist Rob Carrick.</i><p><b>Twenty-three ways parents are blowing their money</b><br>If you have kids, especially little ones, this list will hit home.<p><b>Personal finance advice on the Internet is …

Sydney was just another test for democracy

By now we are getting to know this story all too well. A crazy gunman declares war on infidels; a city goes into lockdown. Police respond with great professionalism. The crisis is resolved reasonably well under the circumstances. The gunman turns out to be a disturbed individual with extremist …

Focusing on jobs, Quebec leans in favour of Enbridge’s pipeline plan

The Quebec government contends the economic impact of reversing the flow of Enbridge's 9B oil pipeline cannot be overlooked as it moves to support the controversial project.<p>Quebec Minister of the Environment Yves-François Blanchet said a final decision won't be made until after a National Assembly …

France Plans to Block Uber ‘Ride-Sharing’ Service

Move Comes Days After a French Court Declined to Ban the Service<p>By<p>Sam Schechner and<p>Sam Schechner<p>The Wall Street Journal<p>Biography<p>@samschech<p>samschechner<p>Google+<p>Sam.Schechner@wsj.com<p>Inti Landauro<p>Inti Landauro<p>The Wall Street Journal<p>Biography<p>@landauro<p>Inti.Landauro@dowjones.com<p>PARIS—Uber Technologies …

Ridesharing

China’s Coal Addiction Brings Scourge of Black Lung

Miners Struggle to Find Treatment as China Grapples With Growing Rates of Black Lung Disease<p>GULI TOWNSHIP, China—When the shortness of breath he suffered for months became so labored that it fractured his sleep, coal miner Ruan Fayou knew he needed help.<p>It took another year, multiple hospital …

Peru Says Greenpeace Permanently Damaged Nazca Lines

Evidence Gathered During Investigation Will Be Used as Part of Legal Suit Against Greenpeace<p>LIMA, Peru—Drones sent up to study the Nazca Lines in Peru show that a protest against global warming by the environment action group Greenpeace permanently damaged an area around the famed geoglyphs, the …

Land Art

Turkey President Erdogan Defends Detentions, Dismisses EU Criticism

Comments Are First Official Remarks Since 27 Followers of U.S.-Based Cleric Fethullah Gülen Were Detained<p>ISTANBUL—Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday defended the detention of journalists and security officials as a necessary step to catch traitors, vowing to continue a crackdown while …

New Hampshire Businessman Files to Set Up Rare New Bank

If Approved, Bank Would Be First New Bank Cleared by FDIC<p>Bill Greiner is fed up with banks. But instead of quietly seething or complaining to customer service, the 48-year-old is taking a more radical approach: He is trying to launch his own lender.<p>Mr. Greiner’s proposal, filed with regulators in …

Charges Dropped After Insider-Trading Ruling

Man Was Accused of Improperly Profiting From Tip on Herbalife<p>The Securities and Exchange Commission dropped the insider-trading case of a man who had been accused of profiting from a tip that a hedge fund was about to launch an attack on Herbalife Ltd. shares.<p>The SEC’s enforcement division said in …

Just How Much Does It Cost to Make a Penny?

The U.S. Mint cut the cost of making the penny by nearly a third over the past two years, but the little copper-coated coin still costs more than a cent to produce.

School Cafeterias Try Haute Cuisine

Professional Chefs Hired to Lure Back Students Who Shun Government-Mandated Healthier Fare<p>By<p>Tennille Tracy<p>Tennille Tracy<p>The Wall Street Journal<p>Biography<p>@TennilleTracy<p>Tennille.Tracy@wsj.com<p>The Santa Clarita Valley school systems in California lost $250,000 in cafeteria sales last year when students …

Michelle Obama