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THE PEDOMETER WITHIN: ACCURATE, AND PERVERSE

“Walkability scores” have permeated real estate in recent years, as Americans make the gradual, glacial, oceanlineresque turn toward a less car-centered lifestyle. But our onboard pedometer is not impressed. A new study of walking patterns shows that the brain is counting steps, and that its motto is: Less is best. Continue reading

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NOW, YOUR ENTIRE WORLD AND LIFE AND EVERYTHING IN ONE DIAGRAM!

For the visual learners in the crowd, today’s post is just an illustration from an article from the Journal of Environmental Psychology. Whaddya make of it? Continue reading

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WIND FARMS VS BIRDS: SO MUCH BETTER THAN CATS VS. BIRDS

If you’ve ever uttered a word against wind power due to its effect on birds, and you own a cat that you allow outdoors, it’s now time for you to eat a big, fat helping of crow. Here are some … Continue reading

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