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Here’s What Our Food Might Look Like in a Climate Change-Induced Dystopia

Food scientists are already looking to some dramatic-sounding options, from bugs to lab-grown meat to large fish farms, in order to feed a world whose population could approach ten billion humans by 2050. Combined with climate change, the food of the distant future may look very different.

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Google opens massive virtual collection of US presidential history

If you’re an American history buff, you’re in luck. To celebrate President’s Day, Google arts and culture team has just kicked off a monumentalhistorical project focusing on our country’s top office with the American Democracy program.

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Watch an Artist Sculpt Wonderfully Wacky Sculptures

Meet Wilfrid Wood. He’s an artist who specializes in sculpting heads and figures that are never boring because they go far beyond the safe and traditional look many of us are used to seeing. Wood’s sculptures are often wacky, definitely fun, and always wildly expressive, like he’s managed to capture a person’s very specific reaction and emotion and feeling in each piece.

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How to Burn a Silkscreen and Print Your Own Shirts at Home

SCREEN PRINTING IS the pinnacle of DIY culture. If you have a band, you can screen print your own shirts. If you have an art collective, you can screen print some tote bags. If you’re promoting an indie show, you can screen print your own posters. Most artistic pieces look way cooler when they have that handmade vibe.

We’re going to show you how to make your own design and screen it onto whatever you’d like. You’ll need to block out a few hours, and you’ll need to have a design or logo in mind to print.

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Researchers say our thirst for information affects how we behave

Researchers say the desire to make sense of our lives and the world we live in is a powerful motive in how we live and the decisions we make. Behavioral economists from Carnegie Mellon And Warwick Business School have made a model that links our drive for information and understanding to various human qualities, including boredom, curiosity, aesthetics in art and science, compassion and the role of “the good life” — whatever that means — in making decisions. They reckon it can help offer explanations to behavior and actions that might seem illogical to others.

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