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The REAL reason employees aren’t returning to work in America.

Many people have their ideas about why workers aren’t going back to work. The reality is that most employers used to sell the implication that what they were offering was a steady paycheck. 2020 made it clear that is NOT … Continue reading

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Are Humans the Only Animals That Have Culture? | IN OUR NATURE

“In Our Nature” is a NEW special limited series on It’s Okay To Be Smart! We’re on PATREON! Join the community ►► https://www.patreon.com/itsokaytobesmart ↓↓↓ More info and sources below ↓↓↓ Seemingly distant ecosystems, even half a world apart, are connected … Continue reading

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Giant Floating Head Arises All Of A Sudden To Watch Over Tokyo – DesignTAXI.com

Photo taken by Kozo Kaneda. Image via mé / PR Times (press release) You could say no one got a heads up. If the people of Tokyo thought they had seen it all with giant 3D calico cat, they were … Continue reading

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Covid-19: why your life will never be the same again | The Economist

Across much of the world, covid-19 restrictions are starting to ease. The Economist has crunched the data to calculate how close countries are to pre-pandemic levels of normality—but will life ever be the same again? Read more here: https://econ.st/3AG9siz Search … Continue reading

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The Majority of Brazil Supports Bolsonaro’s Impeachment, Shows Datafolha – 12/07/2021 – Brazil – Folha

A survey shows that 54% supports congress opening the process, compared to 42% who reject this action against the president   Igor Gielow SÃO PAULO For the first time since Datafolha began to question Brazilians about the issue, in April … Continue reading

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A film by Gilsub Choi and Mattia Palombi. Socially distanced. Spiritually connected. Faith is the bird that feels the light when the dawn is still dark. A murmur of a few voices became a Murmuration. #artquarantined WEBSITE matpalombi.com/works/murmuration FEATURED ON … Continue reading

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Corona’s consequences – how the pandemic is changing globalization | DW Documentary

Around the world, pandemic-related lockdowns have hit our globalized economy hard. Supply chains have been disrupted, industries crippled. The coronavirus has laid bare the risks of global interconnectedness. Is the crisis the beginning of the end of globalization? In early … Continue reading

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Why so many Covid-19 variants are showing up now

And what that tells us about the pandemic. Subscribe and turn on notifications (🔔) so you don’t miss any videos: http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Like any virus, SARS-CoV-2 has been mutating constantly since the beginning of the pandemic. Until November of 2020, though, … Continue reading

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To accomplish great things, you need to “let the paint dry” | Daniel J. Watts

As theaters closed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, the creatives who populated their stages were plunged into a state of seemingly endless uncertainty. Aided by a delightful and metaphorically resonant piece of performance art, multidisciplinary artist Daniel J. … Continue reading

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How to Be at Home (2020)

In 2010, the poet, musician and my dear friend, Tanya Davis, wrote the beautiful poem, How to Be Alone, and from this we collaborated to make the film which you can see here vimeo.com/3850863 Ten years later, Tanya has written … Continue reading

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