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Mass Graves on Hart Island: He Knows Us All by Name
Hart Island is found a little way off the coast of Long Island. Nobody lives on Hart Island. It is the home, though, of a million bodies—bodies ...
Only One Government Will Stand the Test of Time
The PBS series Civilizationssurveys the role art has played in forging humanity. Art can tell us much about where a culture has been and where it is going. ...
How a Pizzeria Highlights the Gifts of Those with Down Syndrome
In 2000, two parents founded a pizzeria in Rome with the goal of employing people with Down syndrome. Inspired by their son, who had the condition, they ...
The Majesty of the Universe
On a YouTube video, astronomer Dr. Peter Edwards explains the majesty of the universe:
You will never, ever, get your head around how big the universe ...
Don't Miss the Most Beautiful Part of God's Creation—People
Pastor and author Eugene Peterson notes that it's easy for us to look at the grandeur and beauty of the mountains or to bask in the warmth of the spring ...
Science Magazine Tries to Determine Value of Human Life
How much is a human life worth? In attempting to answer that question The British science magazine New Scientist noted the following thoughts:
- In wrongful death lawsuits, juries and judges decide what amount should be paid in each case. For the overwhelming majority of cases, there is no actual value placed on the deceased person's life. As one legal expert notes, "There's damages for pain and suffering before you die, there's damages for loss of income to your family after you die. But for the life itself that was lost, it's worth nothing."
Black Actor Achieves Breakthrough Role on 'Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood'
A 2016 episode on NPR's "StoryCorps" interviewed Francois Clemmons, who played the role of friendly Officer Clemmons on Mr. Rogers' Neighborhood for over ...
Stradivari Viola Worth $45 Million Dollars
In March 2014, The New York Times article reported on what, at the time, was probably the most expensive musical instrument in the world—a Stradivari ...
Prisoners Design their Own Prison
What would a prison look like if prisoners designed their own prison? Architect Deanna Van Buren is finding out. The Los Angeles Times reports on a small ...
‘The Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows’ Puts Language to the Many Shades of Human Sadness
In an obscure Tumblr blog in an obscure corner of the internet, there sits as strange and sad a dictionary as any I've ever heard of. John Koenig's ...