The human sex drive is complicated (duh). It is closely tied with mental processes, both biologically and by association within our culture, that we often forget how simple hormonal or physical “problems with the plumbing,” as it were, can mess things up. There are hundreds of reasons that one person might be sexually attracted to […]
Anissimov shares a story from Anders Sandberg about homeopaths. Homeopathy is obviously bunk, but it always makes me ask the following question:
How much testing has actually been done on how we can increase the placebo effect? Psychosomatic benefits are still benefits.
How much better does a given medicine work when combined with […]
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