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A History Recalled, One Symbol at a Time

The spiraling story of the Chief Martin White Horse Winter Count papers poignant events in Lakota story any year from 1789 to 1910. (Credit: AC.7923/DMNS) (This post creatively seemed in the online anthropology magazine SAPIENS. Follow @SAPIENS_org on Twitter to learn some-more of their work.)  Time. Astronomers, philosophers, physicists, anthropologists, politicians, geographers, and …

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Flickering Light Could — Key Word Could — Treat Alzheimer’s

(Credit: Piotr Krzeslak.Shutterstock) Staring into a flickering light could help provide Alzheimer’s disease. Using a rodent model, researchers from MIT have demonstrated that flashing light at a specific magnitude can change patterns of brain activity in a way that reduces levels of amyloid-beta board in the brain. While human trials haven’t …

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John Bel Edwards takes on the oil and gas industry

LIKE so many governments sanctified with pot of hoary fuels, Louisiana has prolonged been in thrall to the appetite business. For the last century, oil has had such a absolute outcome on the Pelican State’s generally temperate economy that politicians have been retiring to plea the industry. Indeed, Louisiana has …

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Economists can't stop Trump, but maybe they can know him

ECONOMISTS seem to be warming to the thought that informal inequality is a problem, if only since it leads to domestic movements that bluster broader prosperity. While that is a useful development, it brings economics to a very formidable question, which is: what can usefully be finished about that inequality? …

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Breitbart News is holding the business of outrage to Europe

A NOTABLE American commentator, Charles Krauthammer, once explained Rupert Murdoch’s success in first Fox News, a wire channel, by indicating out that he had found a niche market—half the country. The same may be loyal of Breitbart News, a regressive website whose fortunes have risen with those of Donald Trump, …

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Dude, where’s my toga?

AS THE march of billionaires and generals joins Donald Trump’s cabinet, it is tough not to be reminded of the Roman republic. Parallels between Rome and the US have been done in the past, of course; Paul Kennedy’s “The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers” talked of majestic overstretch …

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Why residence prices haven’t depressed given the Brexit vote

“HOUSE prices will be hit by at slightest 10% in the ‘profound mercantile shock’ that would outcome from a opinion to Leave the EU,” the Treasury warned in May, a month before the referendum. A tumble of scarcely 20% in two years was utterly possible, it added. The housing marketplace …

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Britain’s two-party complement is streamer for mixed splits

BLAME George Dangerfield. It was the Anglo-American publisher who first pathologised the finish of Britain’s two-party complement in “The Strange Death of Liberal England”, a autocratic story of the Liberal Party’s tumble in the early partial of the 20th century. To future generations he bequeathed an investiture too prepared to …

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