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Deep beneath the Earth’s surface life is weird and wonderful | Aeon Essays
The living landscape all around us is just a thin veneer atop the vast, little-understood bulk of the Earth’s interior. A widespread misconception about the deep subsurface is that this realm consists of a continuous mass of uniform compressed solid rock.
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4 days ago by travellersam
Caravaggio’s Mark of Madness
Caravaggio may have eluded a death sentence by fleeing to Malta and Sicily, but in the end there was nowhere to run.
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7 days ago by travellersam
The Mystery of the Havana Syndrome | The New Yorker
In the winter of 2017, the American Embassy in Havana was in a precarious state.
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7 days ago by travellersam
By & Gezahegn Yirgu, Addis Ababa UniversityMore than 100 young volcanoes—that have had activity within about 10,000 years – dot the landscape of the East African Rift – an area that runs for more than 3000 kilometres from Djibouti and Eritrea, down through Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda t
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8 days ago by travellersam
ERIC DE MARÉ: Photography framing architecture
Two weeks ago Dr Andrew Higgott, Architectural Historian, former AA Photo Librarian & AA Course Master, gave a lecture in the New Soft Room on Eric de Maré, a graduate of the AA from the 1930s who went on to become a prolific architectural photographer & writer.
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8 days ago by travellersam
Six Secrets From the Planner of Sevilla’s Lightning Bike Network – Streetsblog USA
PlacesForBikes is a PeopleForBikes program to help U.S. communities build better biking, faster. You can follow them on LinkedIn, Twitter or Facebook or sign up for their weekly news digest about building all-ages biking networks.
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10 days ago by travellersam
“Flights,” a Novel That Never Settles Down | The New Yorker
“Flights,” by the Polish writer Olga Tokarczuk (Riverhead), is exciting in the way that unclassifiable things are exciting—that is to say, at times confoundingly so. It is intermittently a work of fiction, but it is also an exercise in theory, cultural anthropology, and memoir.
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10 days ago by travellersam
How a Group of Gay Male Ballet Dancers Is Rethinking Masculinity - The New York Times
These men are finding new stages on which to express their queerness, collapsing gender barriers in the world of dance. When I was 15, I met a dancer from Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet.
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11 days ago by travellersam
What I’ve learned from nearly three years of enterprise Wi-Fi at home | Ars Technica
There is a moment of perfect stillness after the cable slips through my fingers and vanishes back up the hole in the ceiling like an angry snake.
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12 days ago by travellersam
The Fashion Comeback of Fran Drescher in “The Nanny,” with Help from Cardi B | The New Yorker
Every insomniac has her own late-night Internet-browsing routine. Mine begins with IMDb, where I like to click on the names of character actors and peruse their upcoming projects.
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12 days ago by travellersam
Harry Styles interviews Timothée Chalamet for i-D: read the full interview and see the photos here - i-D
Timothée Chalamet is the Oscar nominated teen heartthrob redefining what it means to be a leading man in 2018. Harry Styles is the platinum-selling award-winning musician asking the world to treat people with kindness.
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13 days ago by travellersam
The End of the Moon - New York Magazine Classical Music Review
Laurie Anderson delivers her NASA-fueled vision of inner and outer space in The End of the Moon. When NASA called Laurie Anderson and asked her to be the agency’s first artist-in-residence, she quite naturally suspected a crank on the line and hung up.
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20 days ago by travellersam
The Myth of Whiteness in Classical Sculpture | The New Yorker
Mark Abbe was ambushed by color in 2000, while working on an archeological dig in the ancient Greek city of Aphrodisias, in present-day Turkey.
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20 days ago by travellersam
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