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To better the world, humans need to be more intelligent and moral. We must evolve.

In the intellectual realm we need to utilize technology to augment our intelligence by any means possible—including artificial intelligence.

Democrat hopefuls understand climate change, but not population limits

Perhaps before being too late to fix, our leaders around the world may come to their senses. Is that too optimistic? Hope not.

Aging: past, present and future

Genetic studies have now firmly established that ageing is regulated by specific genes conserved from yeast to mice.

The Victims of the Crusades

Many people think the Crusades were romantic quests but they actually were a nightmare of slaughter, rape, looting and magic tales.

Excerpt: ‘In the Closet of the Vatican’

Author Frederic Martel describes a gay subculture at the Vatican and calls out the hypocrisy of Catholic bishops and cardinals.

Combat Overpopulation Denial

We can already see the effects of overpopulation and overconsumption. Perhaps most evident is climate change.

Population Growth Means Democracies Fail; Only 2 Solutions Will Work

If two "must happens" (population limitation and female equality) are not addressed promptly, democracies around the world will fail.

Living in the Anthropocene: Toward a New Global Ethos

A long-held religious and philosophical idea – humans as the masters of planet Earth – has turned into a stark reality.

When Will US Leaders See the Dangers of Excess Unneeded Immigration and Act?

US leaders do not provide much hope that they can learn from the past or even from the disasters that they see in Europe.

Here’s why Christians believe in miracles

Christians are not alone in their miracle belief. Nearly 8 in 10 Americans say they believe in miracles, including almost 20 percent of nonbelievers.

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