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I am a 21 year-old student from Finland.
It makes me sad to hear how Americans are suffering.
Here, our taxes are high but we all benefit from them.
I grew up in the countryside and always had access to the same services that people in the city did.
My university is known around the world in my field and my education is not only free, but my government pays ME to go to university. Everyone has a right to this.
Everyone has a right to the best healthcare, there is no such thing as health insurance.
I am young now and able to take risks and pursue my passion because I will never have to worry about starving if I loose my job or my business fails.
I know that when I am old my state pension will be there for me so that I can enjoy my retirement.
We call this the Nordic Model, and under it we live well and our businesses are among the most competitive in the world. I am grateful to have been born a citizen of a country that cares for its people, and I hope that one day the USA will take example from us.
I am the 99%.
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  • Rebecca McMillan2012-05-24 23:08:19
    This says it all.
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    We are all connected, by our actions and by our love.


    Chris Vlahos's Photos
    Recent headline of the San Francisco Chronicle. Female humpback whale who had become entangled in a spiderweb of crab traps and line weighted down by hundreds of pounds of traps that caused her to struggle to stay afloat. She also had hundreds of yards of line rope wrapped around her body, tail, torso and a line tugging in her mouth.

    A fisherman spotted her just east of the Farallon Islands and radioed an environmental group for help. Within a few hours, the rescue team arrived and determined that she was so bad off, the only way to save her was to dive in and untangle her. They worked for hours and eventually freed her.

    When she was free, the divers say she swam in what seemed like joyous circles. She then came back to each and every diver, one at a time, and nudged them, pushed them gently around as she was thanking them.

    Some said it was the most incredibly beautiful experience of their lives. The guy who cut the rope out of her mouth said her eyes were following him the whole time, and he will never be the same.

    May you, and all those you love, be so blessed and fortunate to be surrounded by people who will help you get untangled from the things that are binding you. And, may you always know the joy of giving and receiving gratitude.
    By: Chris Vlahos
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  • Rebecca McMillan2012-12-16 03:37:22
    This is NOT an optional read.  It is the most important thing you will read today, tomorrow, or in the next year.  We must address this problem.  We owe it to the author, her son, 27 shattered families in CT and ourselves.
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    I would love to read a thorough review and contextualization of of this research. Anyone got one in the works?

    +Andrea Kuszewski
    +Chris Mooney

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    True or False?
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  • Rebecca McMillan2012-06-12 16:47:44
    Anyone have any idea who to contact to remedy a wrongly suspended G+ account?  Send feedback button netted no results. 
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    The ever delightful Vi Hart.
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  • Rebecca McMillan2012-03-11 02:52:13
    Misguided as well as mean-spirited. How about addressing root causes like poverty, poor job prospects and an educational system that doesn't begin to meet their needs or the needs of society?
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  • Rebecca McMillan2014-04-12 07:09:36
    Studying morality in infants is sticky. Morality is hard to define, even among adults. Still, researchers in this field have focused on a few key traits, including helpfulness, fairness and kindness. These "prosocial behaviors," research indicates, may be detectable in babies just a few months old.
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  • Rebecca McMillan2012-12-15 06:27:29
    In the coming days and weeks, it will be very important to drive this message home over and over. 

    The shooting today in CT had little or nothing to do with any Asperger's diagnosis and everything to do with Adam Lanza's struggle with mental illness and easy access to firearms. 

    Please help get the word out by sharing any accurate and responsible statements from members of the ASD community that can help the media and public at large place Adam Lanza's reported ASD diagnosis in appropriate context. 

    Feel free to link them here so we have a central repository of accurate and useful information.

    Thanks
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    Amazing!
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    Stunningly awesome!
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    Absolutely! Many moments, in fact.
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    'Nuf said!
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    This pretty much says it all.
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  • Rebecca McMillan2012-03-11 01:25:45
    Bright students are starting university unable to structure an essay because of the “damage” caused by test-driven schooling, Cambridge academics warned on Monday.
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  • Rebecca McMillan2012-01-31 04:16:35
    Wouldn't it be nice if people with all kinds of minds and brain wiring were seen and appreciated for who they are and given any help they need without judgment? That's a world I'd like to live in and am willing to fight for.

    Let's get busy and make it happen. Educate, legislate, litigate, agitate --- whatever it takes.
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    An wealth of riches to explore.
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    Did you see this, +Scott Barry Kaufman?
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    This bit of brain ecstasy brought to you by +Andrea Kuszewski.
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    Good move, CA!
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  • Rebecca McMillan2012-04-20 02:33:14
    G-R-I-T and plenty of it! Way to go, Annie! And Nicholas Maxim too.
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  • Rebecca McMillan2012-01-23 02:22:30
    The Price of your Soul: How the Brain Decides Whether to Sell Out

    A neuro-imaging study shows that personal values that people refuse to disavow, even when offered cash to do so, are processed differently in the brain than those values that are willingly sold.

    “Our experiment found that the realm of the sacred – whether it’s a strong religious belief, a national identity or a code of ethics – is a distinct cognitive process,” says Gregory Berns, director of the Center for Neuropolicy at Emory University and lead author of the study. The results were published in Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society.
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  • Rebecca McMillan2012-12-30 03:16:02
    Watch this!!  It'll restore your faith in the beauty and creativity of humanity.
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    <3 this!

    h/t Supporting Gifted Learners
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  • Rebecca McMillan2013-03-21 03:19:38
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    Mapping a Living Brain, Neuron by Neuron

    It looks like an oddly shaped campfire, but it is activity of individual neurons across a larval fish brain. It is the first time that researchers have been able to image an entire vertebrate brain at the level of single cells.

    Brain function relies on communication between large populations of neurons across multiple brain areas, a full understanding of which would require knowledge of the time-varying activity of all neurons in the central nervous system. Here we use light-sheet microscopy to record activity, reported through the genetically encoded calcium indicator GCaMP5G, from the entire volume of the brain of the larval zebrafish in vivo at 0.8 Hz, capturing more than 80% of all neurons at single-cell resolution. Demonstrating how this technique can be used to reveal functionally defined circuits across the brain, we identify two populations of neurons with correlated activity patterns. One circuit consists of hindbrain neurons functionally coupled to spinal cord neuropil. The other consists of an anatomically symmetric population in the anterior hindbrain, with activity in the left and right halves oscillating in antiphase, on a timescale of 20 s, and coupled to equally slow oscillations in the inferior olive.

    NATURE Methods | Article:
    http://www.nature.com/nmeth/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nmeth.2434.html

    Video Nature: nmeth.2434_video_s4

    Brain Activity Map Project: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brain_Activity_Map_Project

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  • Rebecca McMillan2011-10-16 15:07:43
    Congratulations Occupy Wall Street. You've sparked a global movement for economic justice. Keep it up. Let's create a world we'd ALL like to live in.

    via The Christian Left & +Tammy Aburto-Pratt
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    A great post by a Harvard student.
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  • Rebecca McMillan2012-12-16 23:19:03
    This piece was written by my son, +Will Myers, yesterday. It deserves a much wider audience. Please feel free to share.

    By Will Myers 12/15/12

    I’ve seen a number of cases made against gun control in the last thirty-six hours or so (and of course previously, as well). I thought I’d take a moment to address them here.

    “Guns don’t kill people. People kill people.” This is of course true. No one is claiming that the guns are killing people of their own volition because of course guns are inanimate objects and don’t have volition. However, a person with a gun is able to kill many people quickly, easily, and relatively cheaply, from a distance, at minimal risk to themselves, and with no room for the up-close-and-personal contact with their victim that might, might cause them to reconsider their terrible choice. If guns didn’t exist, murder would not disappear. However, situations like the one yesterday in Connecticut would happen far less frequently, if at all.

    “More people die in car crashes each year than from gun violence. Why not ban cars?” Cars are not designed solely to kill things. Neither are knives, ropes, or airplanes. They all have other primary purposes, even if they are repurposed by sick people in order to kill people. Guns, on the other hand, exist only to cause bodily harm to people or animals. There is literally no other reason for them to exist. Not one. Yes, the same is true of other weapons like bows and arrows, swords, etc., but you can’t easily kill dozens of people in a matter of minutes with a bow or a sword.

    “If you ban guns, crazy people will still find a way to kill people. Just this week a man in China stabbed 22 elementary school children with a knife. What’s next, banning knives?” What happened in China is obviously horrific, but most of those children were injured, not killed. Guns are able to cause significantly more harm in significantly less time than knives.

    “If the teachers had been armed, this shooting would have never happened.” Let’s allow, just for a moment, that armed teachers could have prevented this shooting, saving 26 lives. I can almost guarantee that that many or more lives would be lost as a result of arming teachers. In a high school, a disgruntled student would wrestle the gun away from a teacher and kill him. In a middle school, a teacher with previously undiagnosed mental health issues would crack one day and shoot the students in her class. In an elementary school, the gun would accidently discharge, killing a student. These incidents would add up to the point where any benefit gained in a situation like yesterday’s would be completely outweighed. And there isn’t even good reason to assume that 26 lives would have been saved yesterday if the teachers had had guns. Perhaps the shooter would have taken out the teacher first and taken the gun, giving him more firepower. Maybe in the chaos, the teacher would miss and hit a student. Maybe a 6 year-old kid would pick up the gun of a dead teacher. I can’t imagine that turning out well.

    “If you ban guns, only criminals will have guns. They don’t follow the law, remember?” First of all, very few people are advocating for a blanket gun ban. We’re advocating for making guns harder to get for everyone, reducing the number of guns on the market, making it near impossible for people with mental illness from acquiring guns, and especially making automatic weapons (or any guns that facilitate mass killings like the one yesterday) illegal. The majority of the guns used in recent mass shootings were either acquired legally by the shooter or by a family member of the shooter, I believe. If all new guns made had GPS devices in them and were registered to a single owner (who would not be able to resell or give away the gun without legally transferring ownership of the gun through a gun registry), we could limit the number of guns in circulation and keep track of the ones out there. Gun owners would be required to take a gun safety class, pass a licensing test, and re-take the class every, say, five years. Gun owners would have to keep their guns and ammunition in separate locations in the house (or better yet, in a lockbox at the gun range where they use them). Anyone found in possession of an unlicensed firearm would be harshly prosecuted. We’d have to work hard to ensure that guns were not entering from outside the country, as well. Obviously this would take resources on the part of the state and federal government, and a discussion about how to free up those resources would have to be had. 

    “Gun control actually raises gun violence rates. Connecticut has some of the strictest gun control laws in the country, and look what good it did them.” Half-measures in single states are not going to be enough to adequately limit gun violence. By worldwide standards, no U.S. state has strict gun laws. And at any rate, guns can be purchased in states with lax gun laws and brought into a state with tighter gun control. And as it turns out states and countries with tighter gun control have lower gun violence rates (and rates of violence in general). There is (possibly) some evidence that when new gun control laws are implemented in a region, crime rates temporarily spike, but in the long term it is safer to live somewhere with tighter gun control laws than not.

    “I need a gun for self-defense.” If you own a gun you’re more likely to get shot in an assault. You’re also more likely to hurt yourself, a family member, or a friend in an accident. You or a family member are also more likely to commit suicide with the gun.

    “The Constitution guarantees my right to own guns.” The Constitution guarantees the right of the people to keep and bear arms. The Supreme Court ruled in 2008 that this refers to an individual right; this is not the only interpretation of the Second Amendment, but it is current judicial opinion, so I’ll work from that starting point for now. Even taking such a broad interpretation of the Second Amendment as a given, though, the government still has the right to impose limits on that right. You’re not allowed to own a tank. You’re not allowed to own a nuclear warhead. You’re not allowed to own a bomber. I don’t hear anyone arguing that their right to bear arms affords them the right to any of these things. They would give would person the ability to harm too many people. If you accept this, then the discussion is merely a matter of degree. I don’t advocate a blanket ban on weapons. I think that Americans should, with some regulation, be able to own hunting rifles. I personally think the line should be drawn right about there, but that’s a discussion for people to have. But if you accept that even the Second Amendment allows the government to keep me from buying a howitzer or a grenade launcher, you can’t make a constitutional argument for your right to own a handgun or an automatic weapon. You can make other arguments for it, but not a constitutional argument.
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    No maybe about it!
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    If you care about science, steer clear of Ron Paul.
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    Jonah Lehrer's latest Frontal Cortex column
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    Simple truth: Humans are beautiful.
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    How scientifically literate are you?

    h/t to Sam Ogden of +Skepchick
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    Long but well worth the time.
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    More on Finnish Education
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  • Rebecca McMillan2012-06-20 15:30:15
    While I agree with +Deborah Blum's description of the current problem in science education, I'm not sure I agree with her proposed solution.  Movement between the two tracks would have to be very fluid for me to embrace it. Giving all kids a chance to practice science in real world settings that are meaningful to them (i.e. at a sufficiently challenging level in areas of their interest) would go a LONG way toward solving our current problems. If that were happening on a regular basis, we might not need two tracks. What we would need is an educational system much more responsive to the needs and interests of individual students.
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  • Rebecca McMillan2012-08-12 15:55:35
    I wish every teacher understood this basic fact which is true for adults as well as children!

    "[A]llowing the children to make their own interesting and surprising connections meant they enjoyed their experiences much more, without losing anything from the learning aspect of it."
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  • Rebecca McMillan2011-11-08 20:08:29
    The ever inspiring +Dr. Scott Barry Kaufman on inspiration. : )
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    h/t +David Dobbs 
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    So true!
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    The big money has moved from developing psychiatric drugs to manipulating our brain networks
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    Via Occupy San Francisco
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    Have fun!

    Compliments of +Pascal Wallisch 
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    Looking forward to reading this book by +David Dobbs the moment it's published!
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