“In the language of the Dineh, there is no word for art. When I learned this, I laughed. […]

We are a group of internationally known scientists, from a variety of scientific fields (biology, neuroscience, psychology, medicine, […]

A turtle which explorer Captain Cook gave to the King of Tonga in 1777 died yesterday. It was […]

‘It was also at the Cornish School that I became aware of Zen Buddhism, which later, as part […]

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“Kazuo, a deep-sea flounder is swimming inside my body. You know, long, long ago it was shaped like […]

I If a kid did it I’d have to yell at him But I did it myself Because […]

Rafael Alberti has been in the world for almost a century, yet today he contemplates the Bay of […]

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The more people do, the more society develops, the more problems arise. The increasing desolation of nature, the […]