Recently, Australia’s media (including myself) was subject to a gag order to stop them from influencing an open case. Considering the wealth of information available to us, I believe an uninfluenced mind is an impossibility.
There’s a vast division between the science world and flat-earthers. In an effort to bridge the gap, I attended one of their conventions.
Bill Gates and Warren Buffet suggest you spend 5 hours a week growing your mind. Those who have trouble reading their point are just giving themselves over to ignorance.
We live in a world where facts have become meaningless, so to combat this we’re flooding you with meaningless facts. Just call us the “Fact Breakers”. Don’t sue.
TBS spoke with Erfan Daliri, the mind behind Newkind Festival, a physical and intellectual boot camp all in the name of meaningful social change.
As I’m the wrong side of thirty, I thought it best to pass on my knowledge. In listicle form, of course, because who has the time to read?
Education in this country is backwards, as learning more than necessary is discouraged. I think it’s time we turn in our papers, and think for ourselves.
Derryn Hinch held strong opinions on capital punishment and organ donation, but after some research, he’s changed his mind.
Cars. They’re either a means of transport, or a means of joy. You’re either one or the other. Collective Noun knows this, so they’ve made light of it.
Often finding herself stranded on the Island of Conclusions, Polly Chester offers her thoughts on how to snap out of it.