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Remembering Rosewood - News - Gainesville Sun - Gainesville, FL
Remembering Rosewood Racial terrorism erased a prospering black town, forgotten for nearly 60 years Andrew Caplan @AACaplan The Rosewood Massacre smolders in infamy, a weeklong…
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24 days ago
Who’s Afraid of Fare-Free Public Transit? – Next City
Who’s Afraid of Fare-Free Public Transit? A bus stop in Tallinn, Estonia, the largest city in the world with a totally fare-free mass transit system. (AP Photo/John McConnico) Elizabeth Bauerle is a…
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26 days ago
Save Lives With Slower Streets—Not Self-Driving Cars | WIRED
Save Lives With Smarter, Slower Streets—Not Self-Driving Cars No, you’re not imagining things. The timelines for autonomous vehicles keep shifting . Electric carmaker Tesla began selling a $3,000 “full self-driving” add-on…
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29 days ago
Bitcoin’s energy use got studied, and you libertarian nerds look even worse than usual | Grist
Bitcoin’s energy use got studied, and you libertarian nerds look even worse than usual The Washington Post / Contributor / Getty Images devourer of worlds By on May 17, 2018 Share Bitcoin’s energy footprint has more than doubled since Grist first…
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4 weeks ago
Snapchat’s decline and the secret joy of internet ghost towns - The Verge
The decline of Snapchat and the secret joy of internet ghost towns It’s difficult to believe now, but there was a time when the internet was nowhere instead of everywhere. Before the social internet had mapped so completely…
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4 weeks ago
Can Humans Live Well without Pillaging the Planet? - Scientific American
Can Humans Live Well without Pillaging the Planet? Many wealthy nations achieve a range of social objectives that together can provide a good life for their people, as outlined by the United Nations Sustainable…
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4 weeks ago
Hippos Poop So Much That Sometimes All the Fish Die - The Atlantic
Hippos Poop So Much That Sometimes All the Fish Die Dan Kitwood / Getty Images At first, Chris Dutton and Amanda Subalusky had no idea why the fish were dying. At a bridge on the border between Kenya and…
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5 weeks ago
Inside the Final Days of Robin Williams | Vanity Fair
Inside the Final Days of Robin Williams From The Estate of Diane Gorodnitzki. Robin Williams’s August 2014 suicide was devastating to those who knew him best—and it also came at the end of a long and…
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6 weeks ago
Normcore | Dissent Magazine
Normcore | Dissent Magazine Channeling the anti-Trump #Resistance, a slew of recent books seeks to reduce democracy to a defense of political “norms.” But overcoming today’s crisis will…
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6 weeks ago
Why politicians should promise every American a job - Vox
Why politicians should promise every American a job Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images The policy wonk community is rather suddenly being torn apart by a phrase that lurked in incredible obscurity just a few months…
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7 weeks ago
The Zone Rouge: France's Exclusion Zone | Owlcation
The Zone Rouge: France's Exclusion Zone Updated on November 30, 2017 Recently married on Sept. 8, 2017, Jason Ponic works in the exciting world of Hollywood film and television by day and writes by…
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7 weeks ago
Architecture, Aesthetic Moralism, and the Crisis of Urban Housing – Common Edge
Architecture, Aesthetic Moralism, and the Crisis of Urban Housing I t may shock some people to hear this, but architecture is not urban planning. It is not transportation planning, sociology, political science, or critical…
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8 weeks ago
A critical look at suburban triumphalism | City Observatory
City Observatory - A critical look at suburban triumphalism The “body count” view of suburban population misses the value people attach to cities
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8 weeks ago
What 'Edge City' Got Right and Wrong About America - CityLab
What Ever Happened to the Rise of the 'Edge City'? It was one of the most talked-about urbanist books, and ideas, a generation ago. What ever happened to Joel Garreau’s concept of the “edge city”?
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8 weeks ago
Ryan Zinke Is Opening Up Public Lands. Just Not at Home. - The New York Times
Ryan Zinke Is Opening Up Public Lands. Just Not at Home. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke in Colorado last year. In an interview, Mr. Zinke said he was not treating his home state differently when it came to development.…
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9 weeks ago
What Bill Gates's 1998 Senate Testimony Says About Facebook - The Atlantic
The Dot-Coms Were Better Than Facebook Twenty years and a month ago, Bill Gates, then chairman and CEO of Microsoft, made his first appearance before Congress. In testimony before the Senate…
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9 weeks ago
On Hating Cathy | The Comics Journal
On Hating Cathy | The Comics Journal Cathy , Cathy Guisewite’s eponymous chronicle of one woman’s struggles with the “four guilt groups: food, love, family, and work,” ends not with a bang, but a…
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10 weeks ago
Charles Murray’s The Bell Curve about Race and IQ has bad policy ideas - Vox
The Bell Curve isn’t about science, it’s about policy. And it’s wrong. Photo: Gage Skidmore; Photo Illustration: Javier Zarracina/Vox Charles Murray and his decades-old work on IQ and race, published in his 1996 book The Bell Curve…
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10 weeks ago
Why Whales Got So Big - The Atlantic
Why Whales Got So Big The first time I came face to face with a sea lion, I nearly screamed. I was snorkeling, and after a long time spent staring down at colorful corals, I looked…
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11 weeks ago
Making Atrocities Great Again | War Is Boring
Making Atrocities Great Again A barely noticed anniversary slid by on March 20, 2018. It’s been 15 years since the United States committed the greatest war crime of the 21st century — the…
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11 weeks ago
The U.S. Spends Far Too Little on Social Welfare – People's Policy Project
The U.S. Spends Far Too Little on Social Welfare Alexander Rabb / Flickr The US government has a spending problem. Given the country’s level of wealth, the government spends far too little — at least $1.6…
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12 weeks ago
Lord save us from the rational men | The Outline
Lord save us from the rational men In 1799, Francisco Goya finished an etching that depicted him lying face-down on his desk, surrounded by a demonic swarm of bats and owls. Its title, The Sleep…
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march 2018
The Nordic Myths That Never Seem to Die – People's Policy Project
The Nordic Myths That Never Seem to Die Mariusz Kluzniak / Flickr Jim Geraghty has a piece at the National Review about why the Nordic countries are bad. The piece contains a lot of clear mistakes…
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march 2018
David Brooks, Times conservatives obsess over “intolerant” campus left.
Sweet Jesus, Will the Times’ Columnists Ever Write About Anything but the “Intolerant Left” Ever Again? David Brooks in New York City on Oct. 11, 2014. Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for The New Yorker David Brooks published a column in the New York Times on Friday…
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march 2018
Promethea Unbound — The Atavist Magazine
Promethea Unbound A child genius raised in poverty, she wanted to change the world. Then a horrific act of violence nearly destroyed her. For Georgia Smith, home was a beat-up…
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march 2018
The West Virginia Teacher Strike Was Just the Start - The New York Times
Opinion | The West Virginia Teacher Strike Was Just the Start Teachers and demonstrators at a rally outside the West Virginia Capitol in Charleston, West Virginia, last week. Scott Heins/Bloomberg The statewide teachers’…
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march 2018
How Self-Aware Are People, Really, According to Science? - The Atlantic
People Don't Actually Know Themselves Very Well When Donald Trump tweeted that he was a “ very stable genius ,” he was accused of lacking self-awareness by journalists and comedians . But the truth is that no…
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march 2018
Nebuchadnezzar to Saddam Hussein: The history of the myth of Babylon | OUPblog
Nebuchadnezzar to Saddam Hussein: The history of the myth of Babylon | OUPblog Babylonia: A Very Short Introduction Very Short Introductions (VSI) series combines a small format with authoritative analysis and big ideas for hundreds of…
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march 2018
A New Bible for Bike Lanes - The Atlantic
The Design Bible That Changed How Americans Bike in Cities A movement has brought safer bicycle lanes to the United States. But it took a manual to spread them.
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march 2018
‘I Live Paycheck to Paycheck’: A West Virginia Teacher Explains Why She’s on Strike - The New York Times
‘I Live Paycheck to Paycheck’: A West Virginia Teacher Explains Why She’s on Strike Teachers rallied at the Capitol building in Charleston, W.Va., on Tuesday. Craig Hudson/Charleston Gazette-Mail, via Associated Press Public schools in West…
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march 2018
“The Newsroom Feels Embarrassed”: Backfires and Explosions at The New York Times as a Possible Future Chief Re-Invents the Paper’s Opinion Pages | Vanity Fair
“The Newsroom Feels Embarrassed”: Inside The New York Times Op-Ed Crisis Exterior of the New York Times building, photographed on June 29, 2017. By Volkan Furuncu/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images. “I’ve lost the capacity to gauge the…
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february 2018
Inside Facebook's Hellish Two Years—and Mark Zuckerberg's Struggle to Fix it All | WIRED
Inside Facebook's Two Years of Hell One day in late February of 2016, Mark Zuckerberg sent a memo to all of Facebook's employees to address some troubling behavior in the ranks. His message…
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february 2018
Quincy Jones, In Conversation
Quincy Jones on the Secret Michael Jackson and the Problem With Modern Pop In both music and manner, Quincy Jones has always registered — from afar, anyway — as smooth, sophisticated, and impeccably well-connected. (That’s what earning…
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february 2018
A Driver’s Suicide Reveals the Dark Side of the Gig Economy - The New York Times
A Driver’s Suicide Reveals the Dark Side of the Gig Economy Police outside City Hall in New York on Monday, after Doug Schifter, a livery driver in his early 60s, killed himself with a shotgun. Mark Lennihan/Associated…
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february 2018
Guatemala's Maya Society Featured Huge 'Megalopolis,' LiDAR Data Show
This Ancient Civilization Was Twice As Big As Medieval England PUBLISHED February 1, 2018 Learn how your family history is connected to the human journey with National Geographic’s Geno 2.0 DNA ancestry kit . In what’s…
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february 2018
White-Collar Unionization Is Good for All Workers | The Nation
White-Collar Unionization is Good for Everybody NYC City Councilman Donovan Richards speaks at a rally in opposition to the closure of DNAinfo and Gothamist news outlets in Manhattan on November 6, 2017.…
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january 2018
David Frum Is a Political Party of One - VICE
David Frum Thinks Conservatism Is 'Obsolete' David Frum thinks I should smoke less weed. “If you start it early, it will have an effect on your IQ, and it does seem to have strong effects on motivations…
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january 2018
In Colorado, a glimpse of renewable energy’s insanely cheap future - Vox
In Colorado, a glimpse of renewable energy’s insanely cheap future Shutterstock This month, energy nerds are very excited about a utility bid solicitation. Wait, hear me out. It really is exciting! Usually, when we talk about…
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january 2018
Moira Donegan: I Started the Media Men List
I Started the Media Men List In October, I created a Google spreadsheet called “Shitty Media Men” that collected a range of rumors and allegations of sexual misconduct, much of it violent,…
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january 2018
My Life as a New York Times Reporter in the Shadow of the War on Terror
My Life as a New York Times Reporter in the Shadow of the War on Terror I was sitting in the nearly empty restaurant of the Westin Hotel in Alexandria, Virginia, getting ready for a showdown with the federal government that I had…
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january 2018
The Most Expensive Mile of Subway Track on Earth - The New York Times
The Most Expensive Mile of Subway Track on Earth An accountant discovered the discrepancy while reviewing the budget for new train platforms under Grand Central Terminal in Manhattan. The budget showed that…
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december 2017
‘I hope I can quit working in a few years’: A preview of the U.S. without pensions - The Washington Post
‘I hope I can quit working in a few years’: A preview of the U.S. without pensions Tom Coomer, 79, outside of the Walmart where he works five days a week in Wagoner, Okla, on Nov. 16. Coomer used to work at the McDonnell Douglas plant in Tulsa…
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december 2017
Britain’s imperial dream-catchers and the truths of empire | Aeon Essays
Britain’s imperial dream-catchers and the truths of empire – Erik Linstrum | Aeon Essays Every state needs to know about the people it rules. Censuses, property surveys and tax records are familiar and tangible expressions of the state’s need to…
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december 2017
Millennials Are Screwed - The Huffington Post
Generation Screwed WHOA! Show me the (slightly less cool) Why millennials are facing the scariest financial future of any generation since the Great Depression. By Michael Hobbes…
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december 2017
Rerouting Thousands: City Plans for L Train Closure - The New York Times
Rerouting Thousands: City Plans for L Train Closure When the L train is closed for repairs in 2019, nearly 225,000 riders who take it beneath the East River every day will have to be rerouted.
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december 2017
The Strange and Gruesome Story of the Greenland Shark, the Longest-Living Vertebrate on Earth | The New Yorker
The Strange and Gruesome Story of the Greenland Shark, the Longest-Living Vertebrate on Earth Using carbon dating and a new method involving proteins in the lens of the eye, Danish scientists have unravelled the mystery of how long Greenland sharks live.…
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december 2017
What Elon Musk Doesn't Get
What Elon Musk Doesn't Get I’m no genius, but Elon Musk certainly is. After all, the 46-year-old inventor and investor shoots rockets into space, talks confidently of colonizing Mars, and…
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december 2017
Private War: Erik Prince Has His Eye On Afghanistan's Rare Metals
Private War: Erik Prince Has Got His Eyes On Afghanistan's Rare Metals Jacquelyn Martin / AP Erik Prince Controversial private security tycoon Erik Prince has famously pitched an audacious plan to the Trump administration: Hire him…
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december 2017
Friends Who Host Benefits | Ben Davis
Friends Who Host Benefits | Ben Davis The political thousand-year storm of the Trump presidency has smashed headlong into the hot-take factory of contemporary media. The result, as anyone knows who…
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december 2017
The Complicated Legacy Of A Panda Who Was Really Good At Sex | FiveThirtyEight
The Complicated Legacy Of A Panda Who Was Really Good At Sex K aren Wille saw her panda friend for the last time in July 2016. He was in bad shape. He was skinny. His once-sleek black-and-white fur had dulled. Wille, a…
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november 2017
New York’s Tilt Toward Congestion Pricing Was Years in the Making - The New York Times
New York’s Tilt Toward Congestion Pricing Was Years in the Making For decades, the plan to reduce traffic by charging drivers in crowded zones in Manhattan has been revived again and again.
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november 2017
This City Hall, brought to you by Amazon | The Seattle Times
This City Hall, brought to you by Amazon A chalk depiction of the 238 proposals Amazon received for its proposed 50,000-employee HQ2. Cities and states are going to great lengths to get a piece of that…
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november 2017
The Boring Story of the 2016 Election – MattBruenig | Politics
The Boring Story of the 2016 Election – MattBruenig | Politics Matt Yglesias is basically right about what happened in the 2016 election. Despite the elaborate theories that have been floated over the past few months, the…
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november 2017
The Nationalist's Delusion - The Atlantic
The Nationalist's Delusion T HIRTY YEARS AGO nearly half of Louisiana voted for a Klansman, and the media struggled to explain why. It was 1990 and David Duke, the former grand wizard of…
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november 2017
In the Land of Vendettas That Go On Forever | VQR Online
In the Land of Vendettas That Go On Forever | VQR Online One of the first things I learned in Albania is that when a stranger pours rakia —a sweet brandy typically distilled from grapes or sugar plums and served cold…
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november 2017
The “virgin vote”: a historian discovers why young Americans once actually voted - Vox
The "virgin vote": a historian discovers why young Americans once actually voted This 1863 painting, titled "Young America," shows American children speechifying. Political parties routinely used “boy orators” at their campaign events.…
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november 2017
The Mythical Whiteness of Trump Country | Boston Review
The Mythical Whiteness of Trump Country Politics J. D. Vance's Hillbilly Elegy has been held up as a guidebook for understanding the 2016 election, but his logic is rooted in an enduring and dangerous…
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november 2017
Washington, D.C., Is Home to America's Largest Collection of Parasites - The Atlantic
Washington, D.C., is Home to America's Largest Collection of Parasites Anna Phillips is delighted because I’ve just found her favorite parasite, which she had misplaced a year ago. We are walking through what, at first glance,…
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november 2017
Something is wrong on the internet – James Bridle – Medium
Something is wrong on the internet – James Bridle – Medium I’m James Bridle . I’m a writer and artist concerned with technology and culture. I usually write on my own blog, but frankly I don’t want what I’m talking…
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november 2017
America Is Not a ‘Center-Right Nation’ - The New York Times
Opinion | America Is Not a ‘Center-Right Nation’ Joe Raedle/Getty Images The Democratic Party has learned to stop worrying and love “big government” liberalism. The party’s top presidential prospects are…
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november 2017
Five Books to Make You Less Stupid About the Civil War - The Atlantic
Five Books to Make You Less Stupid About the Civil War - The Atlantic On Monday, the retired four-star general and White House Chief of Staff John Kelly asserted that “the lack of an ability to compromise lead to the Civil War.”…
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november 2017
Russian Trolls Tried to Start a Black ‘War on Christmas’
Russian Trolls Tried to Start a Black ‘War on Christmas’ exclusive Using typo-filled holiday sweatshirts and plagiarized articles, Kremlin-backed troll websites tried—and failed—to push a black Christmas boycott. A…
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october 2017
Five Years After Sandy, Are We Better Prepared? - The New York Times
Five years After Sandy, Are We Better Prepared? At 8:30 p.m. on a Monday, millions of residents of the most man-made landscape in the United States were reminded how powerless they were against the forces of…
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october 2017
The Lost Children of Tuam - The New York Times
The Lost Children of Tuam Ireland Wanted to Forget. But the Dead Don’t Always Stay Buried. TUAM, Ireland Behold a child. A slight girl all of 6, she leaves the modest family farm, where…
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october 2017
The Attempted Remaking of Michael Grimm
The Attempted Remaking of Michael Grimm It was Friday, which meant it was Michael Grimm’s cheat day. The muscle mass he carried during his time as a Marine, an undercover FBI agent, and even as a…
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october 2017
Why Latin America is seeing a cable-car boom
Why Latin America is seeing a cable-car boom MEXICABLE, a cable-car line 4.9km (three miles) long, soars above Ecatepec, a poor suburb of Mexico City. Open for just over a year, its 185 gondolas carry…
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october 2017
On Safari in Trump's America - The Atlantic
On Safari in Trump's America The country’s elites are desperate to figure out what they got wrong in 2016. But can they handle the truth?
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october 2017
Americans Are Retiring Later, Dying Sooner and Sicker In-Between - Bloomberg
Americans Are Retiring Later, Dying Sooner and Sicker In-Between U.S. life expectancy is declining, new calculations show.
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october 2017
Latin Lesson | History Today
Latin Lesson | History Today L atin may be the language that we associate with the Roman Empire, but the question of whether the Romans spoke Latin does not have a simple answer. Rome grew…
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october 2017
After the End of the World: Re-reading the Russian Revolution
After the End of the World: Re-reading the Russian Revolution At a public lecture at the London School of Economics this summer, Sheila Fitzpatrick lamented that the end of the Cold War meant that there was little energy…
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october 2017
A Giant Blob of Floodwater From Harvey Is Still Moving Through the Gulf - The Atlantic
A Giant Blob of Floodwater From Harvey Is Still Moving Through the Gulf The rain began on August 25, and it would fall, remarkably, for four more days. We know now that Hurricane Harvey dumped as much as 60 inches of rain over parts…
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october 2017
Race and the White Elephant War of 1884 | The Public Domain Review
Race and the White Elephant War of 1884 Feuding impresarios, a white-but-not-white-enough elephant, and racist ads for soap — Ross Bullen on how a bizarre episode in circus history became an unlikely…
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october 2017
Owen Hatherley: Historic solutions to the modern housing problem | LabourList
Owen Hatherley: Historic solutions to the modern housing problem | LabourList “Build More Bloody Houses”, goes the slogan; “Build More Bloody Council Houses”, goes the more leftist version. It’s hard to argue with either. Although the…
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october 2017
'Chasing Amy' and the Toxic "Nerd Masculinity" of the 90s
The Big I Chasing Amy and the toxic “nerd masculinity” of the nineties. Still from Chasing Amy , 1997. Kevin Smith’s romantic comedy Chasing Amy , now almost two decades…
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october 2017
Trump Keeps Getting Mad When He Learns What His Policies Do
Trump Keeps Getting Mad When He Finds Out What His Policies Actually Do Enraged and confused. Photo: Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images Here in the Fake News Media, we spend a lot of time documenting all the ways in which Donald Trump’s…
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october 2017
El Diablo in Wine Country « LRB blog
Mike Davis: El Diablo in Wine Country In 1942 Alfred Hitchcock recruited the author of Our Town , Thornton Wilder, to write the screenplay for Shadow of a Doubt , an innocence-versus-evil thriller…
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october 2017
Orc Slavery Made Me Quit ‘Middle-earth: Shadow of War’ - Motherboard
Orc Slavery Made Me Quit ‘Middle-earth: Shadow of War’ Middle-earth: Shadow of War is amazing. Middle-earth: Shadow of War is terrible. Horza the Dead taught me that. I love him and I hope I have the strength to let…
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october 2017
Which Was Worse for Puerto Rico, Hurricane Maria or Hurricane Donald?
Which Was Worse for Puerto Rico, Hurricane Maria or Hurricane Donald? Maria did the initial damage. But the aftermath is telling us a lot more about our president, and ourselves. As Hurricane Irma bore down on my Florida home,…
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october 2017
Could AI Bring Humans Back From Extinction?
Is Talking About De-Extinction a Moral Hazard? - Facts So Romantic - Nautilus T here’s a saying, in conservation biology, credited to the plant ecologist Frank Egler: Ecosystems are not just more complex than we think, they’re more…
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october 2017
How a Quarter of Cow DNA Came From Reptiles - The Atlantic
How a Quarter of Cow DNA Came From Reptiles Imagine if a word in a book—say, bubble—had the ability to magically copy itself, and paste those copies elsewhere in the text. Eventually, you might bubble end…
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october 2017
Autopilot Wars | War Is Boring
Autopilot Wars Consider, if you will, these two indisputable facts. First, the United States is today more or less permanently engaged in hostilities in not one faraway place,…
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october 2017
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