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Musician Paul Simon and the Great Mysteries of Life

In an interview with NPR, musician/singer Paul Simon was asked about the great mysteries of life:

We don't have the capacity to understand the great ...

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Leonardo da Vinci—How to Be Insatiably Curious

The human brain weighs three pounds. It is the size of a softball, and yet with it we have the capacity to learn something new every second of every minute ...


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As Adults We Ask 119 Less Questions Every Day

Writer Ralph B. Smith once made an observation that children ask roughly 125 questions per day and adults ask about six questions per day, so somewhere ...


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114-Year-old Woman Still Curious

Anna Stoehr is 114 years old, but for one day she got to be 99. Why? Because in order for her to create a Facebook account she couldn't be older than ...


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Curious Reporter Investigates Her Own Marriage Proposal

"As a reporter, I pride myself on being able to get to the bottom of things," says Maryanne Firth, a writer for Ontario, Canada's Welland ...


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The Wrong Kind of Knowledge

We want a kind of knowledge that eliminates mystery and puts us in charge of [the] world. Above all, we want to avoid a knowledge that calls for our own ...


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MyDeathSpace.com

In early 2006, San Francisco paralegal Mike Patterson started MyDeathSpace.com, an Internet site that details the deaths of MySpace members and offers ...


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Creating Thirst vs. Giving Answers

A man once appeared at my office door, asking for some bullet points on Christianity to help make sense of the dinner conversations he was having with ...


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"Yentl": Thirsting for Sacred Wisdom

Among Eastern European Jews in the early 1900s, the world of sacred and scholarly learning belonged only to men. In the movie Yentl, a young, unmarried ...


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The Right Questions Led to DNA Discovery

It's true that in blundering about, we struck gold, but the fact remains we were looking for gold—asking the right questions.

—Francis Crick, ...


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