Charles Murray talking to Reason Magazine about his book Coming Apart. (My link is to a point 20 minutes in that I found compelling.)
The Institute for Justice asks if you should need the government’s permission to work?
A dozen extremely disappointing facts about popular music.
There’s a vulgar expression about pulling one’s head out of someplace else. But the anatomy doesn’t really work. In fact, the brain began to grow 2.5M years ago, when our ancestors started walking upright. Scientists now think that we solved the problem with our flexible skulls.
Appropos the previous item, in The Lost World, Michael Crichton once likened humans to marsupials. What do you think?
This USGS illustration shows how much water there is on earth. (“How deep is it?” “Deep enough to drown in.”)