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The Myth of Fingerprints

Director/Writer:Bart FreundlichDirector of Photography:Stephen KazmierskiEditors:Kate Williams and Ken J. SackheimMusic:David Bridie and John PhillipsProduction Designer:Susan BollesProducers:…

Brewer's: Sisyphus

(Latin; Sisuphos, Greek). A fraudulent avaricious king of Corinth, whose task in the world of shades is to roll a huge stone to the top of a hill, and fix it there. It so falls out that the…

Five Scholarship Myths

by Benjamin Kaplan, FastWeb.com I'm about to dispel five widespread myths about winning college scholarships. Myths that have, unfortunately, prevented many deserving students fr…

Brain Usage Myth

The Question: What percentage of our brain do we use? The Answer: We use 100% of our brain. The idea that we only use a small percentage of our…

Exploding Exercise Myths

Getting Americans off the couch and onto their feet could save an estimated 200,000 lives a year, says the surgeon general. Yet most of us are either sedentary or only minimally active. Confu…

Classical Mythology: The Cunning Rogue: Sisyphus

The Cunning Rogue: SisyphusClassical MythologyWhat the Hell? Adventures in the UnderworldHades Takes a Wife: PersephoneThe Cunning Rogue: SisyphusThe Not-So-Heavenly Host: TantalusUndying Love…

Albert Camus

Albert Camus was one of the most highly-regarded French writers while he was alive, and today his books continue to be bestsellers in France and staples of university courses in Western literature and…

Classical Mythology: Undying Love: Orpheus

Undying Love: OrpheusClassical MythologyWhat the Hell? Adventures in the UnderworldHades Takes a Wife: PersephoneThe Cunning Rogue: SisyphusThe Not-So-Heavenly Host: TantalusUndying Love: Orph…