The Promise of Smart Drugs - Pacific Standard


Drugs are bad m’kay.

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The Lethality of Loneliness - The New Republic


Just overflowing with interesting behavioral science research.

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Race Without Color - Discover Magazine


by Jared Diamond

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The New Science of Evolutionary Forecasting | Quanta Magazine


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A Gripping Dispatch From Africa's Scariest Conflict - The New Republic


The Central African Republic, a poltico-religious war with no end in sight.

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Destroy All Monsters - The New Inquiry


What Godzilla is really about.

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Prison Is a Great Place to Get Reading Done - New Yorker


10 years and 1,046 books later.

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The History of Mana: How an Austronesian Concept Became a Video Game Mechanic—Vol. 2, No. 2


How did an Austronesian term get built into the design of video games and become a global phenomenon?

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The Physiological and Psychological Effects of Modern Day Pornography


Maybe a little biased but extensively sourced. Plus, you should know these things.

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In the Violent Favelas of Brazil - New York Review of Books


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The Dark and Dangerous World of Extreme Cavers - The New Yorker


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Cloudy With a Chance Of... - The Economist


A short description of some prevailing phenomena in the weather system.

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The Quantum Mechanics of Fate - Nautilus


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Inside Monopoly's Secret War Against the Third Reich - Eurogamer


Tinker, tailor, soldier, real estate agent.

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Fortune’s Wheel - Lapham's Quarterly


"Modern games of chance reenact ancient rituals of divination … designed to provide glimpses of the sacred and to conjure luck or its spiritual equivalent, grace."

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