The Top 2 Cons of Nuclear Energy in the U.S.

The Top 2 Cons of Nuclear Energy in the U.S.

Should the United States adopt nuclear energy as a power source? What are the top arguments against the use of nuclear energy? Nuclear energy is getting new attention globally, but it remains a divisive topic in the U.S. Some people say it’s the best way to meet our energy needs without worsening global warming, while others argue that the risks are too high.  Below, we’ll take a look at the top cons of nuclear energy and how pro-nuclear activists downplay the dangers.

The 4 Challenges to Implementing an AR-15 Ban

The 4 Challenges to Implementing an AR-15 Ban

Should AR-15s be banned in the United States? Why is an AR-15 ban more complicated than it sounds? Is it even possible to ban them? Banning AR-15s and similar firearms in the U.S. is often advocated as a solution to preventing mass shootings by keeping prospective shooters from getting these weapons. However, the question isn’t whether the U.S. should ban AR-15s, rather it’s whether it can. Here are the four main challenges that come with implementing and enforcing an AR-15 ban.

Heat of Passion Crimes: Psychology Says They Aren’t Credible

Heat of Passion Crimes: Psychology Says They Aren’t Credible

What are heat of passion crimes? Why aren’t heat of passion crimes a credible defense, according to psychology? Psychologist Lisa Feldman Barrett created a new theory of emotions in psychology to determine how human emotions are really made. According to Barrett’s new theory of constructed emotion, heat of passion crimes create inequity in the legal system. Read on to find out why Barrett says heat of passion crimes aren’t credible, according to psychology.

Your Body Budget: Lisa Feldman’s New Kind of Self-Care

Your Body Budget: Lisa Feldman’s New Kind of Self-Care

What is Lisa Feldman Barrett’s body budget? How do you know if your body budget is imbalanced? In her book, How Emotions Are Made, author Lisa Feldman Barrett introduces the body budgeting concept as the way you regulate energy and emotions. According to Barrett, maintaining a balanced body budget is important for your overall sense of wellbeing. Keep reading to learn more about your body budget, according to Lisa Feldman Barrett.

Why the U.S. Should Reform the Supreme Court

Why the U.S. Should Reform the Supreme Court

Why should the United States reform the Supreme Court? What are the three possible reformation strategies? Recently, several of the Supreme Court’s decisions have left many Americans to question whether the institution is still non-partisan. To stop the Supreme Court from overstepping its power, many are pushing for a Supreme Court reform. Here’s a look at the most common arguments for reforming the Supreme Court, and the strategies that could be used to carry it out.

What Is a Gacha Game? (+Most Popular Games in 2022)

What Is a Gacha Game? (+Most Popular Games in 2022)

What is a Gacha game? Why are Gacha games so popular right now? Are there any risks in playing these games? A Gacha game is a mobile video game that originated in Japan and is currently one of the fastest-growing gaming genres for smartphones. Based on a system of monetization, Gacha games essentially allow players to download and play “freemium” (free-to-play) games, progressing by buying and spending in-game currency to receive random prizes.  Keep reading to learn more about Gacha games, including the benefits and risks of playing.

3 Pros of Adopting Nuclear Power in the U.S.

3 Pros of Adopting Nuclear Power in the U.S.

Should the United States adopt nuclear power as a source of sustainable energy? What are the pros of nuclear energy? Nuclear energy is getting renewed attention worldwide as a potential answer to two pressing problems: energy supply disruption by Russia and worsening climate change from fossil fuels. But it remains an especially divisive topic in the United States.   Let’s take a closer look at the pros of nuclear power.

Why Science Says You’re Responsible for Your Own Feelings

Why Science Says You’re Responsible for Your Own Feelings

Are you responsible for your own feelings? What is the scientific explanation of biology and emotions? Neuroscientist and psychologist Lisa Feldman Barrett created the new “theory of constructed emotions” after an in-depth examination of past psychological experiments. Barrett’s findings reveal that you are responsible for your own feelings because emotions are not innate—they’re constructed by you. Read on to learn why you are responsible for your own feelings, according to Barrett’s theory of emotions.

The Innate Emotions Illusion: You’re Not Born With Them

The Innate Emotions Illusion: You’re Not Born With Them

What does psychological research say about innate emotions? Why are innate emotions now considered to be an outdated concept? Where do your emotions actually come from? In her book, How Emotions Are Made, Lisa Feldman Barrett analyzes and critiques outdated concepts of human emotions, developing a new theory based on neuroscience and her background in psychology. Barrett’s research shows that innate emotions are an outdated illusion of past experiments. Read on to learn why innate emotions don’t exist and where emotions actually come from, according to Barrett.