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What to expect?
Scared for what may lie ahead? Curious about what could you encounter in the monthly newsletter?
Below you will find a short selection ranging from micro-biology, to epic poems and technological feats. Including rare discoveries and undiscoverd arts...
- Colourful postcolonial churches in India.
- A vaulted willow. Is it a bird? Is it a creature? Nah, architecture. Sadly...
- The oldest mystery about humans.
- It is illegal to own a rabbit in Queensland, Australia.
- Fishing for bombs.
- Smoking statue.
- I've finished a bachelor degree in chemistry, seeing a new type of bond announced is kind of a big deal!
- Making a 7000-kilometer bike route in Atlanta
- Mesh companies, based on cognitive surplus, quasi-moonlighting is one way the Hyperloop could be build.
- The next time you hear someone talking about algorithms, replace the term with “God” and ask yourself if the meaning changes.
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Joost & Kees