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Why Do So Many Egyptian Statues Have Broken Noses?

Here’s the most common question from visitors to Brooklyn Museum's Egyptian art galleries: Why are the statues’ noses broken?

Edward Bleiberg, ...


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Humanity Spent Four Billion Hours Watching Porn in One Year

We spend four billion hours a year watching porn. Sorry. I've just understated the problem. We dedicated well over four and a half billion hours to ...


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‘If . . . Then I’ll Be Happy!’

Psychologists tell us that our brains tend to miss-predict what will actually bring us happiness. We assume that if we achieve certain things in our life, ...


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The Madness of Christmas Toys

In 1983 the Cabbage Patch Kid was the mysterious “it toy,” selling over 100 million to date. Most veterans of the great Cabbage Patch Conflict ...


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Is Christmas a Religious Holiday? A Growing Number of Americans Say No

A long-simmering debate continues over how American society should commemorate the Christmas holiday. A new Pew Research Center survey finds that most ...


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Getting Clean Before Shaking Hands with the Queen

In his book The Porn Problem, author Vaughan Roberts recalled the following:

Bobby Moore was the England soccer captain who received the World Cup from ...


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The Ultra-Pure Sand That Makes Your Phone Possible

Many have never heard of Spruce Pine, North Carolina but this remote area is tremendously important to the rest of the world. It's the mineral found ...


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NTSB Issues Warning for Potentially Unsafe Video Challenge

A song ("In My Feelings") by superstar rapper Drake spawned a video challenge where people record footage of themselves dancing to the song. But some ...


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Tim Keller on the Nature of Sexual Desires

Pastor/author Timothy Keller used the following thought experiment to demonstrate how our sexual feelings and desires can be influenced by social forces: ...


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Advertisers Goal 'Get Children for Life'

Theologian Michael Horton notes that is not the church that is forming the minds of our children; it is the advertisers of famous products. Horton writes: ...


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