Episodes of questionable acts by those meant to protect and serve.
For some, looking at the world as being empty or full of suffering can induce great unhappiness or even nihilism. For Buddhists, however, these concepts allow them to best navigate the complex world in which we live.
From observing Dr. David Petreman or hearing of his classes, you may be inclined to box him into the stereotypical image of a college professor. Underneath the tweed suit and thick moustache, however, lies the incredibly fascinating story of a man whose path to teaching and writing has taken several unexpected twists and rewarding turns.
I recently caught myself seeing stars after benching this past month and realized that I’d forgotten the most basic rule: Breathe. I need air. I shouldn’t have held my breath. Also, I’d forgotten a spotter while pushing my limits. This brief brush with potential death got me thinking: “What other basic rules of the gym have I forgotten?”
One of the biggest fears that the world cinema is facing is the new issue of digital replacing the film print. Digital is transforming the film industry, or soon will.
by Samantha Haub On Tuesday Feb. 4th hundreds of thousands of people streamed the live debate between Ken Ham and Bill Nye at the Creation Museum in Hebron, Kentucky. Since, the debate has received over two million hits on YouTube as those who missed it continue to plug in. Ham, founder and CEO of creationist organization, …
by Hugh Roid By now, I’m sure you’ve seen strange powders being mixed in the locker room. These are not wizard brews for strength. These are supplements! There are hundreds of supplements you could use, but I’ll go over the basics and their effects. Powdered Protein: Comes in whey (milk), beef, soy, eggs, hemp and …