Day: March 7, 2021

  • The Role of Information Cascades in Driving Public Opinion

    In many social and biological systems, individuals rely on the observation of others to adapt their behaviors, revise their judgments, or make decisions. In fact, people are constantly exposed to a steady flow of opinions, advice, and the judgments of others about political ideas, new technologies, or commercial products. When facing the opinions of peers […]

  • WHO Won’t Release Interim Report on Wuhan Investigation

    The World Health Organization (WHO) has decided not to release an interim report on its recent investigation into origins of the coronavirus in China, reports The Wall Street Journal. The decision is said to have been taken as the organization faces increasing pressure from scientists around the world who demand a more comprehensive investigation. Political […]

  • Why Not Try a Western Breakfast Ramen This Weekend

    One of the hottest trends in the food scene today is unique ways to use ramen to create new dishes. Authentic and thoughtful takes on the traditional noodle soup have popped up all over the place. One popular take is Western breakfast ramen, which is nothing like the traditional brothy ramen that you had in […]