Here’s a round-up of interesting things I’ve dug up in the bowels of internet:
Anthropology is the worst college major for being a corporate tool, best major to change your life (Living Anthropologically) —
Anthropologist Jason Antrosio talks about how Anthropology is beyond cashing in and more about gaining knowledge and learning life. It’s not always about the money. But if you’re really keen about money, Anthropology can just be as competitive as other courses in the employment market.
Dynasties threat to democracy (Philippine Daily Inquirer)–
Philippine politics has been marred by political dynasties since time immemorial. This political system is ephemeral and renders Philippine society unstable. Prof. Jose Abueva discusses this very pressing issue in Philippine politics.
An Interview with John Cacioppo: The Science of Loneliness (Being Human)–
Dr. John Cacioppo talks about loneliness in an interview. He discusses the roots of loneliness, its nature and how it may be prevented.
Last life on Earth: microbes will rule the far future (NewScientist) —
Scientists say that 2.8 billion years from now, when the entire human race have disappeared, only microbes will remain — that is until the sun dies out. However, scientists give a positive response about the possibility of life outside Earth.
(Image via NewScientist)