Finland is starting a national experiment to try and prove a basic income doesn’t make people lazy — Quartz

It sounds like a sci-fi dilemma, but advancements in technology have been displacing the human workforce for centuries. From the printing press, to automated assembly lines, to self-driving cars, how will we keep our economy running as intended when a high-tech generation of workers runs on motor oil instead of money? By now you’ve probably…

Top 8 Indiana political moments from 2016 — WTHITV.com

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – From jobs moving to Mexico, a contested senate race, and governor running for vice president, Hoosier politics made 2016 a year to remember. Much of this year’s political talk focused on one word, governor. It started in February, when Lieutenant Governor Sue Ellspermann announced her resignation. On her final day, she hinted… via…

Hydrogen bond research adds to scientific community’s knowledge

11.05.15–This special ability of hydrogen bonds recently caused a controversy in the scientific community when researchers from the University of Wisconsin and England published the article “Anti-electrostatic Hydrogen Bonds.” The controversy highlights the capacity of current chemical models to account for this phenomenon, which may occur in water when larger, oppositely charged molecules come in…