Discover an alternate history to the human race as the authors of Forbidden Archeology challenge one of the most fundamental components of the modern scientific world view. Michael Cremo and Richard Thompson discuss the work of researchers who, over the past 2 centuries, have found bones and artifacts showing that people like ourselves existed on earth millions of years ago.
"great information but need another narrator"
Your reputation defines how people see you and what they will do for you. It determines whether your bank will lend you money to buy a house or car; whether your landlord will accept you as a tenant; which employers will hire you and how much they will pay you. It can even affect your marriage prospects.
"Dynamic reputation scoring is becoming palpable."
Are boys today failing in school because they are lazy, unmotivated, and obsessed with video games? Or are our schools failing to adequately serve male students? Michael Thompson discusses the discrepancy between the performance of female and male students in our schools, and offers possible explanations for the gender gap.
Since the early days of the American republic, political thinkers have maintained that a grossly unequal division of property, wealth, and power would lead to the erosion of democratic life. Yet over the past thirty-five years, neoconservatives and neoliberals alike have redrawn the tenets of American liberalism. Nowhere is this more evident than in our current mainstream political discourse, in which the politics of economic inequality are rarely discussed.
"You will be surprised by the lack of examples"
Martha McRae is a widow living in a small Mississippi Delta town in the 1950s. She's obsessed with the sudden death of her Episcopal church's young rector. A murderer could go free if she doesn't investigate. But Martha is torn. If she pursues the suspect, her Bible study friend's awful secret could be revealed. It would be devastating, and life-changing. When the new rector arrives, she encounters a new puzzle - one that takes her into Parchman Penitentiary, where she comes face to face with evil.
The Internet is like the Old West a frontier rich with opportunity and hope, but also a rough-and-tumble land of questionable characters, dubious legal jurisdictions, and hidden dangers. And just like the Old West, if you want to stake out your territory, you have to get there first and fend for yourself. On the web, that means defending your good name and reputation before the attacks start.
"Definitely for Internet Noobs"
Check in to these hotel-based stories: attend the International Mr. Leather convention, try to find appropriate porn to rent on Easter when you're Catholic, and explore the mysteries of human nature poolside with Michael Patrick King, Scott Thompson, and Beth Lapides (rated R for racy content).
In this episode, the election is adapted into a screenplay that needs significant revisions to make it more believable....