This Think Tank Wants to End Factory Farming

The Sentience Institute believes it can find answers to today’s problems in the history of social movements.


Meet the CEO who kicked neo-Nazis off the internet

“I am deeply concerned that I had the authority and the power to wake up one morning and say, 'You know what, I'm done. I'm sick of this. So fuck 'em. They're off the internet.'”


More Americans Than Ever Down with Porn, Divorce, Sex, Poll Finds

A record 69 percent of the country is cool with unmarried men and women having sex.


Study Finds People Are Morally Outraged by Those Who Decide Not to Have Kids

We talked to the author of a study about why people are deeply unchill about those who don't want to ever spawn offspring.


'Hitman' Has Professional Difficulty, But No Moral Grays

It's not so hard to kill your target if they are a cartoon villain. Less so if they resemble a human being.


Oh Good: People Are More Likely to 'Abruptly' Become Corrupt, Study Finds

Many believe that the corruption of a person occurs gradually, becoming more severe over a period of time. A new study says otherwise.


Death and the Daguerreotype: The Strange and Unsettling World of Victorian Photography

Victorian photography reveals obsession with immortality.


Artist Uses 150-Year-Old Photography Technique to Create These Chilling Images

Victorian pictures of corpses and pale nudes mingle with contemporary images made with the photography precursor.


Is Football Less Moral Than MMA?

A look at the moral dimensions of competitive savagery.


Children Are Not as Evil as Previously Thought, Study Says

New research challenges the pre-existing scientific view that children are immature in their decision-making. The lead author explains why children are capable of better moral judgment than previously thought.