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Rein In Deep State to Secure the Blessings of Liberty

Sebastian Gorka, Am. GreatnessThe following are remarks delivered by Dr. Sebastian Gorka at Hillsdale College’s eighth annual Constitution Day celebration in Washington, D.C. on September 19, 2017.Good morning, ladies and gentlemen. Never go anywhere without your copy of Imprimus.It really is a high honor for … Read the referenced┬ástory here: Rein In Deep State to Secure the Blessings of Liberty

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The Power of Deep Thinking: Essence of Creativity

True or False: “This sentence is false.” What was your answer to the question above? Did you quickly fire off an answer or did you have to think about it and then think about it some more? Imagine for a moment that you could put on a set of inverted goggles and see the world through an entirely different lens. On one hand, you would literally see differently, but you might not view the world differently. If we look deep enough and allow ourselves to observe from a new lens,…

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[Feature] Can deep reefs rescue shallow ones?

The colorful and diverse ecosystems of shallow coral reefs are threatened by pollution, overfishing, and global warming. Scientists wonder whether the little-studied, dimly lit deep coral reefs may serve as a lifeboat for shallow reefs under stress. Studies are just getting started to rigorously test this "deep reef refuge hypothesis," first proposed in 1996. A recent paper in Science Advances is one of the first, testing whether deep populations of corals might reseed shallow ones. Researchers suspect reseeding may happen in only a few coral species, but say the deep…

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[Book Review] Deep exposures

Crystalline, a new exhibition showcasing the work of Irish artist Siobhán McDonald at the Centre Culturel Irlandais in Paris, France, brings together works created from relics of past scientific ventures to the frozen north and materials developed for an upcoming exploration of the Sun. The items are recomposed into artistic pieces that convey a melancholic contemplation of human striving and its consequences and the haunting histories that science both creates and records. Author: Deborah Dixon

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