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Giving and Gaining: Thoughts on Charity in Light of Japan’s Disaster

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Giving and Gaining: Thoughts on Charity in Light of Japan’s Disaster

From being asked to spare some change, to major disasters like the earthquake and tsunami in Japan, we often face the question: should we give to charity? If so, to whom and how much? For many, the answer to the first is treated as self-evident: of course we should give. As to whom we should […]

Embrace Reason–Embrace Nuclear

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Embrace Reason–Embrace Nuclear

The Fukushima Daiichi incident demonstrates the power of the human mind After the destruction caused by the Japanese earthquake, the world continues to watch the story of the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear power plant. While the immediate worries have been about the extent of the meltdown and leakage of radioactive material, those looking at the bigger […]