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Can You Spot Liars Through Their Body Language? A Former FBI Agent Breaks Down the Clues in Non-Verbal CommunicationRome’s Colosseum Will Get a New Retractable Floor by 2023 — Just as It Had in Ancient TimesThe Sistine Chapel of the Ancients: Archaeologists Discover 8 Miles of Art Painted on Rock Walls in the AmazonTom Petty’s Biographer on the Story He Didn’t TellStudy Less, Study Smart: A Longtime Psych Professor Explains How to Study (or Do Any Intellectual Work) EffectivelyNine Things a Woman Couldn’t Do in 1971Ted Turner Asks Carl Sagan “Are You a Socialist?;” Sagan Responds Thoughtfully (1989)M.I.T. Computer Program Alarmingly Predicts in 1973 That Civilization Will End by 2040Theorist Judith Butler Explains How Behavior Creates Gender: A Short Introduction to “Gender Performativity”The Map of Doom: A Data-Driven Visualization of the Biggest Threats to Humanity, Ranked from Likely to UnlikelySounds of the Forest: A Free Audio Archive Gathers the Sounds of Forests from All Over the WorldA Free Yale Course on Medieval History: 700 Years in 22 LecturesDiscover Hilma af Klint: Pioneering Mystical Painter and Perhaps the First Abstract ArtistHow Buddhism & Neuroscience Can Help You Change How Your Mind Works: A New Course by Bestselling Author Robert WrightEducation for Death: The Making of the Nazi–Walt Disney’s 1943 Film Shows How Fascists Are MadeHow Vaccines Improved Our World In One GraphicWatch a Surreal 1933 Animation of Snow White, Featuring Cab Calloway & Betty Boop: It’s Ranked as the 19th Greatest Cartoon of All Time20,000 Americans Hold a Pro-Nazi Rally in Madison Square Garden in 1939: Chilling Video Re-Captures a Lost Chapter in US HistoryHear the World’s Oldest Instrument, the “Neanderthal Flute,” Dating Back Over 43,000 YearsThe Isolated Vocal Tracks of the Talking Heads’ “Once In A Lifetime” Turn David Byrne into a Wild-Eyed Holy PreacherTwo Million Wondrous Nature Illustrations Put Online by The Biodiversity Heritage LibraryThe Feynman Lectures on Physics, The Most Popular Physics Book Ever Written, Is Now Completely OnlineHow Quentin Tarantino Shoots a Film at 3 Different Budget Levels: Reservoir Dogs ($1 Million), Pulp Fiction ($8 Million), and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood ($95 Million)The Five Minute Museum: A Stop Motion Animation Shows the History of Civilization at Breakneck SpeedThe Essential Bradbury: The 25 Finest Stories by the Beloved WriterDigital Library of Free & Borrowable Books, Movies, Music & Wayback MachineTom Lehrer Releases His All of Catchy and Savage Musical Satire Into the Public Domain24 Common Cognitive Biases: A Visual List of the Psychological Systems Errors That Keep Us From Thinking RationallyThe 100 Funniest Films of All Time, According to 253 Film Critics from 52 CountriesThe British Museum is Full of Looted ArtifactsDownload 200+ Free Modern Art Books from the Guggenheim MuseumWhen Queen’s Freddie Mercury Teamed Up with Opera Superstar Montserrat Caballé in 1988: A Meeting of Two Powerful VoicesUrsula K. Le Guin’s Daily Routine: The Discipline That Fueled Her ImaginationGeorge Orwell Explains in a Revealing 1944 Letter Why He’d Write 1984How to Spot Bullshit: A Primer by Princeton Philosopher Harry FrankfurtLangston Hughes Creates a List of His 100 Favorite Jazz Recordings: Hear 80+ of Them in a Big Playlist19-Year-Old Student Uses Early Spy Camera to Take Candid Street Photos (Circa 1895)The Anti-Gluttony Door in Portugal’s Alcobaça Monastery Shamed Plump Monks to Start FastingStephen King Creates a List of 96 Books for Aspiring Writers to ReadWhy Is Napoleon’s Hand Always in His Waistcoat?: The Origins of This Distinctive Pose ExplainedThe Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam Has Digitized 709,000 Works of Art, Including Famous Works by Rembrandt and VermeerHow Edward Hopper “Storyboarded” His Iconic Painting NighthawksHow Steely Dan Wrote “Deacon Blues,” the Song Audiophiles Use to Test High-End StereosJ.R.R. Tolkien Expressed a “Heartfelt Loathing” for Walt Disney and Refused to Let Disney Studios Adapt His WorkWalk Inside a Surrealist Salvador Dalí Painting with This 360º Virtual Reality VideoHow Vividly Colorized Photos Helped Introduce Japan to the World in the 19th CenturyHow Art Nouveau Inspired the Psychedelic Designs of the 1960sThe Curious Death of Vincent van GoghWatch 66 Oscar-Nominated-and-Award-Winning Animated Shorts Online, Courtesy of the National Film Board of CanadaWhen Astronomer Johannes Kepler Wrote the First Work of Science Fiction, The Dream (1609)How to Spot Bullshit: A Primer by Princeton Philosopher Harry FrankfurtA Map of George Orwell’s 1984Economics 101: Hedge Fund Investor Ray Dalio Explains How the Economy Works in a 30-Minute Animated VideoSylvia Plath Reads Her Poetry: 23 Poems from the Last 6 Years of Her LifeA Subway Ride Through New York City: Watch Vintage Footage from 1905The 1883 Krakatoa Explosion Made the Loudest Sound in History–So Loud It Traveled Around the World Four TimesGeorge Orwell Tries to Identify Who Is Really a “Fascist” and Define the Meaning of This “Much-Abused Word” (1944)This Is Your Brain on Jane Austen: The Neuroscience of Reading Great LiteratureCocktails with a Curator: The Frick Pairs Weekly Art History Lectures with Cocktail RecipesMeet Yasuke, Japan’s First Black Samurai Warrior800 Illuminated Medieval Manuscripts Are Now Online: Browse & Download Them Courtesy of the British Library and Bibliothèque Nationale de FrancePixar’s 22 Rules of StorytellingDr. Seuss Draws Anti-Japanese Cartoons During WWII, Then Atones with Horton Hears a Who!

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