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16 Things I Only Started Saying After Living in the UK 🇬🇧

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What is Shinto?

This series was co-written by Kaitlyn Ugoretz, scholar of Japanese religion and new media. Follow her on Twitter @KaitlynUgoretz and learn more about her research on Shinto at http://www.digitalshinto.com.” What is Shinto? This is Episode 1 of a 5-part series … Continue reading

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Incredible Ad for Pocari Sweat, Shot in a Long, Motorized Set | Spoon & Tamago

Pocari Sweat, one of Japan’s most-popular sports beverages, has just released a new ad that features a girl running through undulating hallways, confetti and flower petals to reach her friend. The vertigo-inducing sixty-second ad was created almost entirely in a … Continue reading

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Ecosia – Weird Search Requests

Ecosia is an alternative search engine that has managed to find an interface between environmental activism and internet activism. Search queries become trees and you plant them without realizing it. The lethargy with which we allegedly walk through life as … Continue reading

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The Origins of Hebrew

As the name suggests, the Hebrew Bible is written, mostly, in Hebrew. But what is the earliest history of this language? What language did the ancient Israelites speak? This episode examines the origins of Hebrew and its relationship with Canaanite … Continue reading

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Homeowners Remove Old Floor & Find Giant Monopoly Board Underneath | My Modern Met

While tearing up their carpet, my in-laws found a giant monopoly board from pics What are the CHANCEs? From dated tiles to antique windows, many old houses have unusual features that tell their history. However, some of these characteristics remain … Continue reading

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The REAL Answer To The Viral Chinese Math Problem “How Old Is The Captain?”

Media outlets around the world went crazy over a 5th grade math exam question in China. But they all missed the real story! The problem actually dates back to French researchers in 1979. In this video I present the real … Continue reading

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Figurative Wool Sculptures by Nastassja Swift Explore the Memories and Narratives of Blackness

GRACE EBERT Detail of “Passage, when momma lets my braids flow down my back,” wool, synthetic braiding hair, wood, plaster, resin, satin. Collaborators are Kiki Jewell, Nyja Amos, Grace Jewell. Photo by David Hunter-Hale. All images © Nastassja Swift   … Continue reading

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Carl Sagan on Extraterrestrials

A literal reading of the Bible simply is a mistake; I mean it’s just wrong” – Carl Sagan on October 4, 1985, as told to Studs Terkel. Hear more interview outtakes and learn more about Carl Sagan http://blankonblank.org/carl-sagan​ The incomprehensible … Continue reading

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150,000 Hearts Representing Lives Lost to Coronavirus in the UK Line the COVID Memorial Wall in London

Nearly 500 meters of small, red hearts will soon cover an expanse of concrete facing the River Thames in London. Now dubbed the National COVID Memorial Wall, the poignant display publicly commemorates the 150,000 lives lost to the coronavirus pandemic in … Continue reading

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