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1 - facebook_R6-article-header-970x546- This Fact-Checker is What Everyone Needs to Stop the Spread of Fake News

The phrase “fake news” has been in the news a lot over the past several months. From reports on the internet plague’s impact on the election to major news networks like CNN being accused of...

tom-french-studio-1-1-700x467 These ‘Double Portraits’ Explore the Relationship Between the Conscious & Unconscious Mind

UK-based painter Tom French creates intensely beautiful and dark ‘double portraits’ that explore the relationship between the conscious and the unconscious mind. A combination of impressive realism and loose, abstract, unfinished forms, his works are...

Committee members use brooms to spread out five cent coins over the Federal Square during an event organised by the Committee for the initiative "CHF 2,500 monthly for everyone" (Grundeinkommen) in Bern October 4, 2013. The Committee delivered 126,000 signatures to the Chancellery on Friday to propose a change in the constitution to implement their initiative. The initiative aims to have a minimum monthly disposal household income of CHF 2,500 (US$ 2,700) given by the government to every citizen living in Switzerland. REUTERS/Denis Balibouse (SWITZERLAND - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST) - RTR3FL57 Finland is Handing Out Free Money to its Citizens, No Strings Attached

On the 1st day of 2017, Finland began experimenting with a radical new initiative called the Universal Basic Income, or UBI. It involves paying a base wage to all of its citizens, no strings attached....

1 - angry-doughnuts.jpg.size.custom.crop.1086x745- This is What Happens to Your Body When You Cut Sugar and Alcohol for a Month

A man in Holland has demonstrated firsthand the impact of a healthy diet by cutting out alcohol, sugar, additives, and preservatives from his consumption for a month. Correspondent Sacha Harland filmed himself for a whole...

jsilva The 10 Best Inspirational Videos by Jason Silva You Need to Watch

Jason Silva is a media artist and philosopher who is stimulating the consciousness of millions across the world. Through his web series Shots Of Awe, Jason delivers ‘philosophical espresso shots’ that explore the human condition, technology,...

1 - texas-Tony-Tinderholt-800x430-800x430- This Politician Thinks Punishing Abortion Would Make Women ‘More Responsible for Sex’

In January of this year, member of the Texas House of Representatives Tony Tinderholt introduced Bill 948, otherwise known as a proposition to abolish abortion entirely across the state. The bill put forward by Tinderholt...

the-irresistibility-of-the-carefree-2-mr-700x475 The Artist Behind These Realistic Portraits Only Uses Tape & a Scalpel

Artist Max Zorn makes incredible 2-dimensional artworks, but he doesn’t actually draw or paint anything to produce them: he constructs his artworks by meticulously slicing and layering strips of brown packing tape. His works possess a...

bb_addiction_feat_free Why Everything we Know About Addiction Might be Wrong

100 years ago, drugs were banned in the United States, yet this ban hasn’t done anything to reduce or eradicate addiction. How did that happen? In recent weeks, an animated video, adapted from Johann Hari’s...

zn4ho Got a Dark Sense of Humor? You’re Not Depraved, Just Smart According to Science

If you’re the kind of person who reads a news story about a person who choked to death during an eating competition and comments “guess he bit off more than he could chew”, you’re probably...

screen-shot-2017-02-23-at-11-47-55-am How the Media Should Rewrite its Live Coverage Rules to Fight New Administration’s Lies

Between Sean Spicer’s inauguration statistics lies (during his debut press briefing, no less), Kellyanne Conway’s mythical “Bowling Green Massacre”, and President Trump’s tendency to broadcast misleading, if not entirely fictitious facts, it seems that this...

Screen Shot 2016-01-08 at 11.09.39 AM This Sleep Paralysis Sufferer Recreates his Dreams in Haunting Photos

Nicolas Bruno is a New-York based photographer who has been haunted by sleep paralysis most of his life. For some, this could lead to insanity – but Nicolas uses his unusual condition as fuel for...

christine-jiaxin-lee-facebook-02-060516-1 Student Who Was Mistakenly Given $3.4 Million by Bank May be in the Clear

Life tip: if you wake up to find out that your bank has mysteriously given you unlimited cash funds – don’t go on an insane shopping spree just now. Three years ago, Christine Jiaxin Lee...

RANCHO PALOS VERDES, CALIFORNIA - APRIL 04:  Claire Wineland attends PTTOW! Summit at Terranea Resort on April 4, 2016 in Rancho Palos Verdes, California.  (Photo by Jerod Harris/Getty Images for PTTOW!) This Inspiring Teen Uses her Terminal Illness to Change the Way We Look at Death

“The people who have been through the most are the people with the most to give” – Claire Wineland. At birth, 19-year-old Claire Wineland was diagnosed with a chronic and terminal disease called Cystic Fibrosis (CF)....

130326143530-viagra-story-top The 10 Accidental Inventions that Changed the World

Scientists and innovators often work for years on their new invention. Sometimes however, all it takes is a little bit of luck, timing and careful perception. The revolutionary inventions listed below were all discovered by...

rs-aclu-43b571ac-f7ca-403d-8735-a04d8e5956b9 ACLU & Famous Startup Accelerator Team Up Against Trump in Unlikely Partnership

Y Combinator is a big name in Silicon Valley, known as the venture capital company with a hand in helping ambitious startups like Airbnb, Dropbox, Stripe, and Twitch.tv get off the ground. Twice a year,...

screen-shot-2017-02-03-at-1-12-41-pm Marvel’s New Fierce Superhero is a Millenial Who Breaks All the Rules

The Golden Age of comic books introduced the first wave of superheroes to American audiences: DC Comics’ Superman, Batman, and Marvel’s Captain America to name a few. Those 1940s and ‘50s heroes were succeeded by...

screen-shot-2017-02-13-at-10-05-03-am Why You Should Be Concerned that USDA Removed Animal Welfare Reports from its Website

Earlier this month, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) deleted thousands of documents regarding animal welfare—including inspection records and annual reports for commercial animal institutions like zoos, breeders, pet stores, and laboratories—from its website....

screen-shot-2017-02-10-at-2-23-44-pm The Alarming Message Behind These Awesome Animal Murals Made of Trash

Portuguese street artist Bordalo II salvages street garbage, car parts and old machinery from landfill to create public installations of giant, colorful animals. His huge yet adorable characters are a confronting reminder of the growing...