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The vast majority of the planet’s 7 billion people ascribe to some kind of religious belief—that is, a faith in things that cannot be proven. This makes no sense from ... More>
APS Fellow Jonathan Haidt, New York University, has been all over the news lately. Why? Because in the US, the election-season mudslinging has begun. With each party striving to gain an advantage, the science behind voting behavior, political ideology, and compromise is crucial. ... More>