August 1, 2013
Nature That Has To Be Seen To Be Believed
It's so easy to get wrapped up in your life and forget that there's a big wide world of beautiful things out there so to help you get away from the mundane stack of paperwork piling up on your desk, here's a list of beautiful things found in nature that have to be seen to be believed. Some may need explaining but some speak for themselves.
14 Pictures Of Eerily Beautiful Underwater Sculptures
In 2006, diver and artist Jason de Caries Taylor discovered the world's first underwater sculpture park in Grenada. He then photographed the monument which is now part of the National Geographic 25 Wonders of the World and spring-boarded the MUSA Project - a collection of over 450 public sculptural works, submerged off the coast of Cancun, Mexico. Here are 14 pictures of the mysterious, beautiful and harrowing statues.
John Fugelsang: If You Think Gay Marriage Is 'Unnatural,' Let's Talk About Monogamy
“Let’s start talking about how straight marriage is unnatural—specifically the concept of monogamy. Now, I’m not against marriage. I think a wedding is the most beautiful gift you can give to your parents’ friends, but what’s natural about…
Writer Drew Magary On Why He Hates “Paradise By The Dashboard Light”
DM: Totally! It’s that “Oh, things were so much more fun when we were young and everything sucks now” idea. You can tell when you’re listening to “Paradise By The Dashboard Light” that this is supposed to be a classic American tale of youth and boys…
Circumcising Baby Boys: The Atlantic Explores The Stigma Against Uncut Men In Oral Sex.
In the Atlantic this week, Shawnee Barton wrote a detailed account of how she and her husband arrived at a decision about whether to circumcise her newborn son. Barton and her spouse pored over studies tracking penile cancer and urinary tract…
Three Men Worth $44 Billion Are Fighting Over A Supplement Company
Herbalife, a dietary supplement company that has captured the intense focus of three of the hedge fund world's most influential investors, continues to rake in capital, most recently from George Soros. Four, if you count Daniel Loeb.