9 Common Phrases Smart People Never Say In Public

9 Common Phrases Smart People Never Say In Public

9 Common Phrases Smart People Never Say In Public Common : If you are one of those people who have trouble with thinking before speaking, this article is just for you. Sometimes we say things that we shouldn’t , not realizing that people can be hurt by them. It is great to say the truth, but have in mind these things you just shouldn’t say. These are nine things smart people should never say in public: “It’s Not Fair!” We all know life isn’t a bed of roses, but we…

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Global health spending good for U.S. security and economy, National Academies say

Global health spending good for U.S. security and economy, National Academies say

Global health spending good for U.S. security and economy, National Academies say If a serious infectious disease blossomed across the globe today, the U.S. death toll could be double that of all the casualties suffered in wars since the American Revolution. Those 2 million potential American lives lost to a global pandemic is just one sobering statistic cited in a new report released today by the U.S. National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine that urges sustained U.S. spending on global health initiatives. It also calls on the federal government…

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Brexit barriers ‘would harm science’, say universities

Brexit barriers 'would harm science', say universities

Brexit barriers ‘would harm science’, say universities Related Topics Image copyrightPAImage captionThe UK’s universities are among the biggest beneficiaries of EU research funding Barriers to research collaboration in Europe as a result of Brexit would harm scientific progress, says a group of leading UK universities. Science and research should be a priority in the talks between the UK and the EU, says the Russell Group of research intensive universities. Any barriers “would be bad for the UK and bad for Europe”, said the group’s acting director, Tim Bradshaw. His comments…

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Atheists are more intelligent than religious people, say researchers

Atheists are more intelligent than religious people, say researchers

Atheists are more intelligent than religious people, say researchers Atheists : New paper sets out to explain negative correlation between faith and intellect found in dozens of past studies Religious people are less intelligent on average than atheists because faith is an instinct and clever people are better at rising above their instincts, researchers have claimed. The theory — called the ‘Intelligence-Mismatch Association Model’ — was proposed by a pair of authors who set out to explain why numerous studies over past decades have found religious people to have lower average…

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Most Americans Say FBI Investigation Of Trump-Russia Ties Is Necessary

Most Americans Say FBI Investigation Of Trump-Russia Ties Is Necessary

Most Americans Say FBI Investigation Of Trump-Russia Ties Is Necessary The public largely believes that it’s worthwhile to investigate links between Russian government officials and associates of President Donald Trump, according to a new HuffPost/YouGov poll. Americans say by a 17-point margin, 48 percent to 31 percent, that the Trump administration’s relationship with Russia is a legitimate issue. Forty-seven percent say they consider it a serious problem, although just under one-third say it’s very serious. Thirty-seven percent say it’s not very serious or not a problem at all, with another 16…

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Married lesbian Baptist co-pastors say all are ‘beloved’

Married lesbian Baptist co-pastors say all are ‘beloved’

Married lesbian Baptist co-pastors say all are ‘beloved’ Married : The Rev. Maria Swearingen, center left, and the Rev. Sally Sarratt, center right, are welcomed into membership at Calvary Baptist Church by other clergy members during a service on Feb. 26, 2017, in Washington, D.C. The Rev. Erica Lea, pastor in residence, is to the left, and the Rev. Elijah Zehyoue, pastoral resident, is to the right. RNS photo by Adelle M. Banks Married : WASHINGTON (RNS) In her sermon on the last Sunday of Black History Month, the Rev. Maria…

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