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Bacteria, Bees, Galaxies, and You and Me—Probing the Big Picture
Why won't his followers abandon Donald Trump? He is addictive.
We need high goals. We need lofty aims that give us hope, lofty things we can set out to achieve. A nation that looks up goes up. A nation that looks down.
John Boehner and Ted Cruz are battling to impose a form of health care that can kill you. How do we know? Repubican health care has a track record.
Mitt Romney has two secret advantages--his height. And his body language.
Why is the vision of apocalypse so compelling? Why does it work as a hook for the human spirit over and over again?
Is American civilization--your civilization--over and out, a has-been? Or can it soar beyond belief? Here's a clue from the showdowns of crayfish, lizards, and puppies.
Howard Bloom is author of the 2017 book How I Accidentally Started The Sixties.