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Sidebar: Pseudoscience to the Rescue

The use of pseudoscience, that is studies, methodologies, or theories that pretend to use the scientific method and that look like a real scientific effort, but are actually not based on any science at all, is more common than regularly admitted. Usually the pseudoscience moniker is applied to beliefs astrology...

End Language Discrimination Now

How did the English language become the most widely spoken language in the world? The influence of American business, combined with the tradition of English language (either blunt or subtle) left around the world by the British Empire, have made English the number one language of international trade the...
Native Language App Gets Cool Reception

Native Language App Gets Cool Reception

A new American Indian language app hit the iTunes store January 20. The app features translations of animals from English to four languages—Diné (Navajo), Lakota (Sioux), Mvskoke (Muscogee Creek) and Ponca. Each language features a variety of animal translations, which users can click on to hear the word pronounced their...

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