Teacher Denise Severing leads a math lesson at a Head Start school in Woodbourne, New York.
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January 22, 2013 Can intelligence be increased through upbringing? Commentator Tania Lombrozo discusses a new synthesis of research on how to raise young children's IQ. The findings suggest modest changes for most parents, but profound changes for access to early childhood education.
Do we really understand what's happening here?
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October 12, 2012 Can natural science find a place for us in its vision of the cosmos? Thomas Nagel, in a new book, demands we take this question seriously. He is right to do so.
Plants do seem to have a sense of where they want to go.
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December 2, 2011 There is good evidence that plants exhibit signs of intelligent behavior. Is this because they are robots?
August 27, 2010 U.S. intel chief James Clapper told the nation's intelligence community to stop media leaks in a memo that the Associated Press got its hands on (through a leak possibly?)
July 16, 2010 Intel officials warn contractors: keep your mouths shut after a Washington Post investigation runs.
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