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On his gravestone is an inscription from his poem Under Ben Bulben, which became his epitaph: “Cast a cold eye / On life, on death / Horseman, pass by”.
How Walking in Nature Changes the Brain New York Times. Aargh. I hate to be a critic, but this is junk science. One group walked in a park while the other “strolled for the same amount of time near heavy traffic.” Heavy traffic is noisy and disagreeable! To see if the “walking in the park” effect is valid, you’d need to construct a no-stress alternative. Walking on a treadmill? Walking in a quiet but no-nature setting ...
Capitalism: Morality and the money motive FT
It’s not just Fox News: How liberal apologists torpedoed change, helped make the Democrats safe for Wall Street Salon
“Conscious Capitalism” Icon Whole Foods Exploits Prison Labor Counterpunch