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Franziska Koeppen
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And here we'd almost forgotten just how many of Shakespeare's plays end with stabbings.
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"Dear Harvard: I am writing to let you know that I give up."
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haha, omg that's so true...
Adoring books and literature has its perks. You're never, ever bored, you've got the whole proper grammar thing down, and you actually have better social skills than non-readers (yay, empathy!). Still, loving books can present a few unique conundrums...
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Kids ask the darndest things. And sometimes for good reason....
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When Jimmy Fallon announced that dancing had been outlawed on "The Tonight Show" Friday night, guest Kevin Bacon knew exactly what he had to do. That is, create a super thorough, shot-by-shot remake of his iconic dancing scene from "...
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  • University of Erfurt
    Education, English, 2013
  • Bismarck Gymnasium
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30 hilarious struggles only cat owners will understand. The #4 really ma...
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You may like cats or not, but one thing is clear to everybody: they are incredibly complex creatures and they often do the exact opposite of

All of Shakespeare's Plays, Converted to 3-Panel Webcomics
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And here we'd almost forgotten just how many of Shakespeare's plays end with stabbings.

Read the devastating letter by a Harvard sexual assault survivor
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"Dear Harvard: I am writing to let you know that I give up."

Breaking News: Wolves Love Belly Rubs!
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Wolves are intense creatures, but even they are not impervious to the power of a good old-fashioned belly rub.

Adorable School Choir Will Definitely Make You 'Happy'
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Looks like Pharrell's got a protégé in Detroit, as an elementary and middle school choir demonstrates in this clever take on his hit track,

35 Things You Should Never Say to a Book Lover
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We’re mostly quiet, mild-mannered folk, us book people. We keep to ourselves. We like to sit in cozy chairs, get lost in imaginary worlds, a

Why Preschoolers Can Outsmart College Students — PsyBlog
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Simple test of logic produces surprising win for 4 and 5-year-olds over college students.

Simple Machine - Entropy Album Pressing Fund
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Alternative Rock with a hard edge and a predisposition to get spacey. It's all about the sounds and the moment. We would like to share this

Free Play: Simple Items More Fun For Children — PsyBlog
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Study finds children play more intensely and vigorously with crates, pipes and buckets than with monkey bars and slides.

How Hackers Take Down Web Sites [Video] | Observations, Scientific Ameri...
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Many of the Web sites we visit every day are under cyber attack by malicious hackers looking to disrupt business transactions, discourage pe

Too Many Children Go Unvaccinated: Scientific American
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A rise in unvaccinated children poses a public health threat

“Messing with” the Blood-Brain Barrier May Be Key to Treating a Host of ...
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A new understanding of the blood-brain barrier as a living, mutable organ may revolutionize the treatment of diseases such as cancer and Alz

Can Quantum Bayesianism Fix the Paradoxes of Quantum Mechanics?: Scienti...
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A new version of quantum theory sweeps away the bizarre paradoxes of the microscopic world. The cost? Quantum information exists only in you

Tiny Plants That Once Ruled the Seas: Scientific American
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Around 250 million years ago animals in the seas began to diversify with gusto. Remarkably, the evolution of minute plants known as phytopla

Why Google Glass Is Creepy: Scientific American
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Wearable computer glasses will let you record everything you see. But good luck finding someone to talk to

How Safe Is Recreational Marijuana?: Scientific American
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As more states make recreational marijuana legal, researchers fret about short- and long-term health effects

New Film Examines if Internet Addiction Led to a Baby’s Death by Neglect...
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In March 2010, police in South Korea arrested a husband and wife in a tragically ironic case that gained international notoriety—the couple

Brain Shape Confirms Controversial Fossil as Oldest Human Ancestor | Obs...
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HONOLULU--A seven-million-year-old skull found in the Djurab Desert in Chad may indeed represent the earliest known member of the human fami