Category Archives: History

Radical Love

Radical Love explores the subversive political activism and deep connection of Michael and Eleanora Kennedy, a husband-and-wife legal team who represented a who’s who of the 1960s’ politically subversive class.

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Why we humans look so different across the world?

Skin color is an adaptation to environment. As humans started migrating north from Africa , their skin turned paler. As the migrational path extended south again, the skin turned darker once more. Eye and hair color are random mutations that … Continue reading

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Bristol: A City Through Time!

Now and Then views around Bristol! Featuring locations such as the Centre, Temple Meads Station, St Nicholas Church, High Street, Park Street, Corn Street and many more. Credit to the Image Owners Featured. […]

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Before there was arXiv | Physics Today

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Andy Weir On How Wine Boosted Technology | Conversations With Joe

Today I’m launching a new interview podcast I’m calling Conversations With Joe and I’m starting off with the one and only Andy Weir. In the full interview we go way deep into the science of his book Project Hail Mary … Continue reading

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The 3 ‘demons’ that haunted legendary scientists | Jimena Canales | Big Think

The 3 ‘demons’ that haunted legendary scientists, with Jimena Canales Subscribe to Big Think on YouTube ►► https://www.youtube.com/c/bigthink Up next ►► Why It’s So Hard for Scientists to Believe in God? https://youtu.be/pINptKQYviQ If one opens any dictionary and you go … Continue reading

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This Problem Broke Math (and led to Quantum Physics)

A general solution to the cubic equation was long considered impossible, until we gave up the requirement that math reflect reality. This video is sponsored by Brilliant. The first 200 people to sign up via https://brilliant.org/veritasium get 20% off a … Continue reading

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BBC World Service – Discovery, Chilean mummies

Jane Chambers learns about the world’s oldest examples of mummification Listen: BBC World Service – Discovery, Chilean mummies

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The 10 tactics of fascism | Jason Stanley | Big Think

[…] Fascism is a cult of the leader, who promises national restoration in the face of supposed humiliation by immigrants, leftists, liberals, minorities, homosexuals, women, in the face of what the fascist leader says is a takeover of the country’s … Continue reading

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Disturbing Health & Beauty Fads From The Victorian Era | Answers With Joe

[…] Here we go again. I recently covered the Victorian Era but today I want to point out the incredibly weird health and beauty practices that Victorians were into back in the day. As I say in the video, Victorian … Continue reading

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