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1.Negotiations: Turn Short-Term Games Into Long-Term Games

nav.al
2.With Little Training ML Algorithms Can Uncover Hidden Scientific Knowledge

lbl.gov
3.Math Invented for Moon Landing Helps Your Flight Arrive on Time

nasa.gov
4.Warren Buffett: The Inner Scorecard

fs.blog
5.Spiders Can Fly Hundreds of Miles Using Electricity

theatlantic.com
6.The Body’s Clock Offers a Rhythmic Target to Viruses

quantamagazine.org
7.The Sealed Garden That Was Only Watered Once in 53 Years

biologicperformance.com
8.All 1,119 Pages of Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Codex Atlanticus” Now Available Online

mymodernmet.com
9.Gates’s Law: How Progress Compounds and Why It Matters

fs.blog
10.The Decision Matrix: How to Prioritize What Matters

fs.blog
11.Why are conversations limited to about four people?

sciencedirect.com
12.The Akrasia Effect: Why We Don’t Follow Through on What We Set Out to Do

jamesclear.com
13.A Songwriting Mystery Solved: Math Proves John Lennon Wrote 'In My Life'

npr.org
14.A Stoic’s Key to Peace of Mind: Seneca on the Antidote to Anxiety

brainpickings.org
15.Project Debater - Can a computer out argue a human?

cnet.com
16.Research confirms that social interaction protects memory

brinkwire.com
17.5 Steps to Finding Your Next Big Idea from Spanx’s Sara Blakely

medium.com
18.To Build Truly Intelligent Machines, Teach Them Cause and Effect

quantamagazine.org
19.Lessons from the Longest Study on Human Happiness

medium.com
20.Principles and Algorithms for Work and Life by Ray Dalio (Podcast)

a16z.com
21.The Nerds Were Right. Math Makes Life Beautiful

fs.blog
22.Sanskrit treatise in Indian astronomy from 6th Century BCE

m.wikipedia
23.Alexa and Siri Can Hear This Hidden Command. You Can’t.

nytimes.com
24.Dolphins Are Helping Us Hunt for Aliens

nautil.us
25.What it Means to be a Stoic, and How to Take Notes by Ryan Holiday (Podcast)

fs.blog
26.Survival of the Mediocre Mediocre

ribbonfarm.com
27.How Williams Sonoma Inadvertently Sold More Bread Machines

fs.blog
28.Inertia: What Keeps Us Locked in Destructive Habits, and Resistant to Change

fs.blog
29.Using Molecular Codes, Plants Cry for Help, Ward Off Bugs, and Save Each Other

nautil.us
30.Another Side of Feynman

nautil.us
31.Hunger is a gatekeeper of pain in the brain

nature.com
32.Skyscrapers that could solve problems

evolo.us
33.Life Lessons from a Self-Made Billionaire - Ray Dalio (Podcast)

fs.blog
34.Learning How to Learn by Barbara Oakley (Podcast)

fs.blog
35.Can a Wandering Mind Make You Neurotic?

nautil.us
36.Your Brain’s Music Circuit Has Been Discovered

nautil.us
37.Ultra-Accurate Clocks Lead Search for New Laws of Physics

quantamagazine.org
38.My Berkshire Hathaway Reflections

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39.Pick the Statistic You Want to Be

nautil.us
40.Brain’s “Brakes” Suppress Unwanted Thoughts

scientificamerican.com
41.A Revealer of Secrets in the Data of Life and the Universe

quantamagazine.org
42.The Elusive Calculus of Insects’ Altruism and Kin Selection

quantamagazine.org
43.A Wandering Mind Is an Unhappy Mind

berkeley.edu
44.How David Allen increased Drew Carey’s Productivity

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45.First Principles: The Building Blocks of True Knowledge

fs.blog
46.Trojan Horse

wikipedia.org
47.Steve Jobs MIT Class (Video)

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48.Civilization and its Fundamental Passions

fs.blog
49.Can a Set of Simple Instructions Produce Complex Living Structures

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50.The Glassmaker Who Sparked Astrophysics

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51.Morgan Housel on Reading, Writing, Filtering Information (Podcast)

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52.How Do You Top Life Rules?

ribbonfarm.com
53.What Neuroscience Tells Us About Getting the Best Out of Yourself

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54.New Brain Maps With Unmatched Detail May Change Neuroscience

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55.How Real People Think in Strategic Games

ucsd.edu
56.Jason Zweig on Writing, Risk, and Why Historical Perspectives Matter (Podcast)

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57.Robots that Infiltrate Insect, Fish, and Bird Communities

nautil.us
58.Oxygen and Stem Cells May Have Reshaped Early Complex Animals

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59.Angela Duckworth on Why Grit Matters More than IQ

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60.The Map Is Not the Territory

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61.Brains Cling to Old Habits When Learning New Tricks

nautil.us
62.Neutrino Experiment Could Provide Greater Clarity on Matter-Antimatter Imbalance

lbl.gov
63.The Case for Complex Dark Matter

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64.The Advent of the Telescope Punctured our Ideals About the Nighttime Sky

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65.The Plateau Effect

fs.blog
66.Network of Fortified Towns Indicates Amazon was Once Heavily Populated

arstechnica.com
67.Albert Einstein on Sifting the Essential from the Non-Essential

fs.blog
68.Timing Your Meals May Help With Weight Loss

washingtonpost.com
69.Berkeley Lab Scientists Print All-Liquid 3-D Structures

lbl.gov
70.The Key to Good Luck Is an Open Mind

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71.Famous For Being Indianapolis

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72.Genius In Our Midst

berkeleyside.com
73.The Power of Incentives by Austen Allred of Lambda School (Podcast)

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74.Primeval Salt Shakes Up Ideas on How the Atmosphere Got Its Oxygen

scientificamerican.com
75.The Surprising Relativism of the Brain’s GPS

nautil.us
76.The Learning Paradox: Why Struggling to Learn is a Good Thing

fs.blog
77.Exploring Creativity, Ignoring Critics, and Making Art (Podcast)

tim.blog
78.Embrace the Mess: The Upside of Disorder

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79.Complex Animals Led to More Oxygen, Says Maverick Theory

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80.Why Cosmonauts Have Never Splashed Down

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81.The Power of Incentives: Inside the Hidden Forces That Shape Behavior

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82.Robert Langlands, Mathematical Visionary, Wins the Abel Prize

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83.Crafting a Violin Has a Musicality all its Own (Video)

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84.Why Marathon Runners in the United States are Getting Slower

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85.You Get What You Celebrate by Frank Blake of Home Depot (Podcast)

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86.How Feynman Diagrams Almost Saved Space

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87.Mice Change Their Appearance as a Result of Frequent Exposure to Humans

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88.The Addiction Habit

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89.The Great Aztec Temple: Archaeologists Analyze Ruins in the Heart of Mexico City

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90.The Girl Who Smelled Pink

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91.Albert Bandura on Acquiring Self-Efficacy and Personal Agency

fs.blog
92.Brainless Embryos Suggest Bioelectricity Guides Growth

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93.Finding New Ideas When You Don’t Have a Broad Network

hbr.org
94.Why Stephen Hawking’s Black Hole Puzzle Keeps Puzzling

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95.How Baby’s First Microbes Could be Crucial to Future Health

nature.com
96.In Mysterious Pattern, Math and Nature Converge

quantamagazine.org
97.The Buffett Formula: Going to Bed Smarter Than you Woke Up

fs.blog
98.Liverwort Reproductive Organ Inspires Pipette Design

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99.Bacteria Use Brainlike Bursts of Electricity to Communicate

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100.How Math (and Vaccines) Keep You Safe From the Flu

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101.What Breaking the 4-Minute Mile Taught Us About the Limits of Conventional Thinking

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102.How Einstein Lost His Bearings, and With Them, General Relativity

quantamagazine.org
103.Field study of charitable giving reveals that reciprocity decays over time

pnas.org
104.Evolution Saves Species From ‘Kill the Winner’ Disasters

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105.What you pass on to your kids isn’t always in your genetic code

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106.Want to Get Out Alive? Follow the Ants

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107.What I Learned from Losing $200 Million

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108.How to Be Lucky: It Pays to Imagine your Life is on a Winning Streak

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109.New Clues to How the Brain Maps Time

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110.Charlie Munger: A Two-Step Process to Improve Your Thinking

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111.Superconductors May Shed Light on the Black Hole Information Paradox

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112.To Test Einstein’s Equations, Poke a Black Hole

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113.Sitting Next to Someone New Could Spark Innovation

hbr.org
114.Does the Adult Brain Really Grow New Neurons?

scientificamerican.com
115.The Catch 22 of Hacktivism: Are Hackers Who Expose the Military Serving It?

nautil.us
116.Richard Feynman’s Letter on What Problems to Solve

fs.blog
117.Why Your Inner Circle Should Stay Small, and How to Shrink It

hbr.org
118.Physicists Find a Way to See the ‘Grin’ of Quantum Gravity

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119.Why Curiosity Can Be Both Painful and Pleasurable

nautil.us
120.From Indian Villages: How Handmade Crafts Maintain Traditional Methods

npr.org
121.Elusive Higgs-Like State Created in Exotic Materials

quantamagazine.org
122.Darwin Was Right About Bird Vomit

discovermagazine.com
123.The Return of a Decision Making Jedi: Discussion With Michael Mauboussin

fs.blog
124.Physicist Marcelo Gleiser muses over the paradoxes of scientific progress

scientificamerican.com
125.How People Talk Now Holds Clues About Human Migration Centuries Ago

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126.A New Type of Tardigrade Just Turned Up in a Parking Lot

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127.Ritual and the Consciousness Monoculture

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128.When Probability Meets Real Life

quantamagazine.org
129.Why do Some People Get Sick After Exposure to a Disease Sooner Than Others?

quantamagazine.org
130.When Gandhi met Darwen's Mill Workers

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131.What Is "Normal," Anyway?

scientificamerican.com
132.Statistics: Why Underdogs do Better in Hockey than Basketball (Video)

youtube.com
133.The Thoughts of a Spiderweb

quantamagazine.org
134.Daniel Kahneman on Intuition, Causality, Loss Aversion and More (Video)

fs.blog
135.How To Think

fs.blog
136.Simple telescope picks up hint of the Universe’s first stars, dark matter

arstechnica.com
137.What Makes You Happy?

fs.blog
138.Opioids Won't Solve the World's Chronic Pain. This Idea Might

nationalgeographic.com
139.The Law of Unintended Consequences

fs.blog
140.The Simple Algorithm That Ants Use to Build Bridges

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141.The GANfather: The man who’s given machines the gift of imagination

technologyreview.com
142.How to Practice Mindfulness Throughout Your Work Day

hbr.org
143.Lost Art Of Bending Over: How Other Cultures Spare Their Spines

npr.org
144.Physics Makes Aging Inevitable, Not Biology

nautil.us
145.The chirality of molecules & their effect on life itself

arstechnica.com
146.The American midwest is quickly becoming a blue-collar version of Silicon Valley

qz.com
147.Givers, Takers, and the Resilient Mind (Podcast)

fs.blog
148.The Most Intolerant Wins: The Dictatorship of the Small Minority

medium.com
149.Why People Want to Be Fitness Instructors

jstor.org
150.Under Victorian Microscopes, an Enchanted World

jstor.org
151.Sebastian Junger Never Owned a Smartphone and Why This Matters (Video)

calnewport.com
152.The City at the Center of the Cosmos

nautil.us
153.1,100 Years Ago-Village in India had an Elaborate Electoral System & a Constitution

thehindu.com
154.Never Too Young: Pediatricians Say Parents Should Read To Infants

npr.org
155.Supplements are a $30 Billion Racket—Here’s What Experts Actually Recommend

arstechnica.com
156.Three Types of Decision Makers (Podcast)

fs.blog
157.Talking with—Not Just to—Kids Powers How They Learn Language

scientificamerican.com
158.The Economics of Social Status

ribbonfarm.com
159.The Elephant in the Brain

ribbonfarm.com
160.Programming a DNA Clock: Engineers have Created a DNA-Based Chemical Oscillator

scientificamerican.com
161.Your First Thought Is Rarely Your Best Thought: Lessons on Thinking

fs.blog
162.This Is Your Brain on Silence

nautil.us
163.CIA Project Azorian Re-Surfaces?

bbc.co
164.Arianna Huffington on Work-Life Harmony (Podcast)

tim.blog
165.What Can we Learn From the Science of Performance?

fs.blog
166.The 1 Percent Rule: Why a Few People Get Most of the Rewards

jamesclear.com
167.See-Through Hair and Awkward Sexual Problems: The Woolly Mammoth’s Bitter End

scientificamerican.com
168.The Corruption of Olive Oil

wordpress.com
169.Why Are So Many Animals Homosexual?

nautil.us
170.What Question Will You Be Remembered For?

nautil.us
171.Balloon Wars: The Secret History of Silicon Valley

steveblank.com
172.Eighteenth-Century Indian Arms were as Sophisticated as European

aeon.co
173.Who’s in Charge of Our Minds?

fs.blog
174.The Science Behind Your Cheap Wine

smithsonianmag.com
175.How Physics Keeps Figure Skaters Gracefully Aloft

smithsonianmag.com
176.Finding a lost strain of African rice in the Americas

nytimes.com
177.Brains of songbirds are wired for finding their partner

nytimes.com
178.Confabulation: why telling ourselves stories makes us feel ok

aeon.co
179.Octopus's Evolution Is Even Stranger Than Thought

scientificamerican.com
180.A taste for the beautiful: How evolution shapes attraction

arstechnica.com
181.Hyperbolic Discounting and The Science of Procrastination (Video)

fs.blog
182.New Study Reveals How Brain Waves Control Working Memory

mit.edu
183.‘Delightful’ Experiments Reveal What Birds See in Their Mind’s Eye

nationalgeographic.com
184.Why Don't Babies Smile from Birth?

scientificamerican.com
185.Ingredients for Life Revealed in Meteorites That Fell to Earth

lbl.gov
186.How Mae Jemison Became an Astronaut

hackaday.com
187.How Archaeologists Found the Lost Medieval Megacity of Angkor

arstechnica.com
188.Mutant crayfish got rid of males, and its clones are taking over the world

arstechnica.com
189.Bryce Canyon National Park

nationalgeographic.com
190.Local Links Run The World: From Intelligent Ant Colonies, Middle Schools To Epidemics

aeon.co
191.Remembering Keedoozle, America's First Automated Grocery Store

wikipedia.org
192.Ancient Tools Found in India Undermine the “out of Africa” Hypothesis

arstechnica.com
193.Similar Neural Responses Predict Friendship

nature.com
194.Let the Soul Dangle: How Mind-Wandering Spurs Creativity

aeon.co
195.Instead of Filling Cavities, Dentists May Soon Regenerate Teeth

scientificamerican.com
196.Bayes and Deadweight: Using Statistics to Eject the Deadweight From Your Life

fs.blog
197.Mechanisms: Ode To The Zipper

hackaday.com
198.Can a Card Game Make Interdisciplinary Synthesis and Critical Thinking Fun?

scientificamerican.com
199.CIA Calendar Art Offers A Glimpse Into The World Of Spies

npr.org
200.Gertrude Elion, DNA Hacker

hackaday.com
201.Farm of the Future (Video)

youtube.com
202.The Story Behind The Crazy Watch Tony Fadell Helped Invent

fastcodesign.com
203.Best Investments, Bad Advice to Avoid, and Other Life Lessons (Podcast)

tim.blog
204.My Personal Hero: Helen Keller

nautil.us
205.Here’s how you’re influenced by the genes you didn’t inherit from your parents

theverge.com
206.What You Can Learn from Fighter Pilots About Making Fast and Accurate Decisions

farnamstreetblog.com
207.Monkeys Have a Specialized Brain Network for Sizing Up Others’ Actions

scientificamerican.com
208.Tea if by sea, cha if by land: Why the world only has two words for tea

qz.com
209.Cocktail of Brain Chemicals May Be a Key to What Makes Us Human

scientificamerican.com
210.The Neuroscience of Changing Your Mind

scientificamerican.com
211.Mental Models: The Best Way to Make Intelligent Decisions

farnamstreetblog.com
212.My Forgotten Language: How the Brain can Lose and Reclaim an Abandoned Language

discovermagazine.com
213.Brain Stimulation Makes Man A Johnny Cash Fan?

discovermagazine.com
214.Psychology in Design

prototypr.io
215.How to See a Memory

nature.com
216.Lessons and Warnings From Successful Risk Takers (Podcast)

tim.blog
217.Why Are Some People More Creative Than Others?

scientificamerican.com
218.I Am a Roboticist in a Cheese Factory

scientificamerican.com
219.Why People Dislike Really Smart Leaders

scientificamerican.com
220.Why Your Biology Runs on Feelings

nautil.us
221.Synthetic Species Made to Shun Sex With Wild Organisms

nature.com
222.Miss Beatrice Shilling Saves The Spitfire

hackaday.com
223.Man Saves Wife’s Sight by 3D Printing Her Tumor

makezine.com
224.To Save Drowning People, Ask Yourself “What Would Light Do?”

nautil.us
225.What Pigeons Teach Us About Love

nautil.us
226.Video: Japanese Knife Making Techniques

youtube.com
227.The Stick Is an Unsung Hero of Human Evolution

nautil.us
228.What Boredom Does to You: The Science of the Wandering Mind

nautil.us
229.Complexity Bias: Why We Prefer Complicated to Simple

farnamstreetblog.com
230.The Art of Negotiation from Chris Voss

farnamstreetblog.com
231.The More Knowledge You Can Collect, the More Ideas You Can Create

inc.com
232.The Magic of Vedic Math

youtube.com
233.Alan Kay on How to Do Research

worrydream.com
234.IKEA effect

wikipedia.org
235.The High School Student Who’s Building His Own Integrated Circuits

ieee.org
236.Yes, we have no bananas!

bloomberg.com
237.The Man Who Taught Me How to Invest

tim.blog
238.Why Your Brain Hates Other People

nautil.us
239.The Resulting Fallacy Is Ruining Your Decisions

nautil.us
240.Why some militaries kill civilians

warisboring.com
241.Why the Opposite Sex Can Age You

nautil.us
242.How can people become more confident in their creativity?

quora.com
243.History of Ball Bearings

nasa.gov
244.Why Females Decide What’s Beautiful

nautil.us
245.Scientists discover how to turn light into matter after 80-year quest

imperial.ac
246.Ancient data, modern math and the hunt for 11 lost cities of the Bronze Age

washingtonpost.com
247.Creative Hungarian Approach to Learning and Teaching

ams.org
248.Charlie Munger, Wit and Wisdom From The World’s Most Irreverent Billionaire

farnamstreetblog.com
249.Jeff Bezos’ Tips on Inspiration, Resourcefulness, and How to be an Inventor

techcrunch.com
250.Biomimicry: How Designers Are Learning from the Natural World

99percentinvisible.org
251.Mail-Order CRISPR Kits Allow Absolutely Anyone to Hack DNA

scientificamerican.com
252.Enigmatic Archaic Human Relative Interbred with Ancestors of Modern Africans, Study S

sci-news.com
253.India's Mighty Nuclear Weapons

nationalinterest.org
254.How Facebook Exploits Human Psychology

axios.com
255.The No Excuses Culture

steveblank.com
256.China Startups – The Gold Rush and Fire Extinguishers

steveblank.com
257.The Microchip That We All Know and Love Today Was Far From an Obvious Idea

hackaday.com
258.Ice Fishing for Neutrinos

nautil.us
259.Power Laws: How Nonlinear Relationships Amplify Results

farnamstreetblog.com
260.Why GE’s Jeff Immelt Lost His Job – Disruption and Activist Investors

steveblank.com
261.Never Let Lack of Knowledge or Specific Skill Set Hold You Back From Making Things

makezine.com
262.Silicon Valley was Built on Tubes of Glass

hackaday.com
263.An Insider’s Guide to Shenzhen Manufacturing

makezine.com
264.The Underground Story of Cobra, the 1980s’ Illicit Handmade Computer

arstechnica.com
265.Ever Felt a Ghostly Presence? Now We Know Why

newscientist.com
266.How to Prioritize using these 9 Mental Models

medium.com
267.How to Be a C.E.O. – Insights From interviews of 525 CEOs over a decade

nytimes.com
268.Old Indian values of pi going back to शतपथ ब्राह्मण (~1800 BCE)

insa.nic
269.Fossilized feathers reveal tiny dinosaur that roamed China 130 million years ago had

dailymail.co
270.This mystery object may be our first visitor from another solar system

cnn.com
271.India Wants Out of 5th Generation Fighter Jet Program With Russia

thediplomat.com
272.US launches 'most advanced' stealth sub amid undersea rivalry

google.com
273.Nuts and Bolts of Encryption: A Primer for Policymakers

cs.princeton
274.Behind China’s Hindu Temples, a Forgotten History

thehindu.com
275.How Retailers Use Personalized Prices to Test What You’re Willing to Pay

hbr.org
276.9.7 Million Year Old Teeth May Re-write Human History

researchgate.net
277.Inside the Moonshot Effort to Finally Figure Out the Brain

technologyreview.com
278.Why Building 'Baby' Aircraft Carriers Would Be a Bad Idea for the U.S. Navy

nationalinterest.org
279.Ten Things I Have Learned through Design by Milton Glaser

miltonglaser.com
280.Why Bajirao is India's Greatest Cavalry General

rediff.com
281.Experiments in Art and Technology

ycombinator.com
282.Spy Tech: Stealing a Moon Probe

hackaday.com
283.NATO Is Building a 'Silver Bullet' to Destroy Russia's New Tanks

nationalinterest.org
284.Creating a Portable Computer

mntmn.com
285.These Giant Printers Are Meant to Make Rockets

bloomberg.com
286.Lunar Cave Raises Hope for Human Colonisation

theguardian.com
287.Artificial Intelligence is Coming for These Wall Street Jobs

bloomberg.com
288.Feynman’s Breakthrough, Disregard Others If You Want to Do Great Work!

wordpress.com
289.Fanuc's Robots

bloomberg.com
290.Lessons from Steve Jobs, Leonardo da Vinci, and Ben Franklin

tim.blog
291.What Are the Secrets of the German Economy?

freakonomics.com
292.How Machine Learning Finds Your New Music

hackernoon.com
293.Unless You Are Spock, Irrelevant Things Matter in Economic Behavior

nytimes.com
294.The Secret Underground World Of Singapore

yp.sg
295.This System of Tanks was Used to Store Drinking Water as Long as 2,000 Years Ago

atlasobscura.com
296.Take Time to Appreciate The Beauty of Math

timeinc.net
297.The Art of James Castle, Created With Spit, Scraps, and Soot

atlasobscura.com
298.Loops of Progress, or How Modern Are You?

farnamstreetblog.com
299.Nanoparticle Supersoap Creates ‘Bijel’ With Potential as Sculptable Fluid

lbl.gov
300.Hampi: The Remains of What Was, Not So Long Ago, The World's Largest City

google.com
301.Nauras: The Many Arts of the Deccan

google.com
302.Bias from Incentives and Reinforcement

farnamstreetblog.com
303.What Exercise Can Improve Your Creative Thinking Skills?

lifehack.org
304.When It’s Good to Be Antisocial

nautil.us
305.The Difference Between Knowing the Name of Something and Knowing Something

farnamstreetblog.com
306.Why Success Always Starts with Failure

farnamstreetblog.com
307.Ray Dalio, The Steve Jobs of Investing - “Pain plus reflection equals progress.”

tim.blog
308.The History of Shawls And Sadi

google.com
309.Can American Soil Be Brought Back To Life?

politico.com
310.Mental Performance, Work-Life Balance, and the Rise to the Top – Maria Sharapova

tim.blog
311.The Trojan Horse: How Marketers, Retailers, and Artists Conceal Their True Intents

farnamstreetblog.com
312.Lessons Learnt From The 1971 Stanford Prison Experiment

tim.blog
313.The Two Kinds of Failure and Why They Matter

farnamstreetblog.com
314.Modern faces; 300,000 years ago

nationalgeographic.com
315.New Ways Of Mapping The World Have Always Led To Profound Changes

a16z.com
316.Isaac Asimov Asks, “How Do People Get New Ideas?”

technologyreview.com
317.The Three Lessons of Biological History

farnamstreetblog.com
318.Filmmaker Jon Favreau’s Techniques and Routines

tim.blog
319.Batesian Mimicry: Why Copycats are Successful

farnamstreetblog.com
320.The Difference Between Open-Minded and Close-Minded People

farnamstreetblog.com
321.The Magic of Superconductors

home.cern
322.Vacations returning to simpler times

dailymail.co
323.The Changing Process of Pop Music Creation

farnamstreetblog.com
324.Study Reveals Immune System is Dazed and Confused During Spaceflight

nasa.gov
325.Alan Kay is Still Waiting For His Mobile Computing Dream To Come True

fastcompany.com
326.Lu Ban's Axe and Working With Your Chinese Suppliers

hackaday.com
327.This high-ranking Viking Warrior was a woman!

smithsonianmag.com
328.Second-Order Thinking: What Smart People Use to Outperform

farnamstreetblog.com
329.The Babylonians Created a Trigonometry Table 1,000 Years Before The Greeks

arstechnica.com
330.Bakhshali manuscript-Ancient Indian Text Contains Earliest Zero Symbol

theguardian.com
331.The Most Valuable Insights are Both General and Surprising

paulgraham.com
332.Why India Once Led The Fashion Industry

jstor.org
333.Japan's Food Artisans: In Pursuit of Perfection

theguardian.com
334.Rubber Tanks and Sonic Trucks: The Ghost Army of World War II

hackaday.com
335.An Ancient Seaport Connecting East and West

wikipedia.org
336.How South Korea Uses Kimchi To Connect To The World — And Beyond

npr.org
337.The V.C.s of B.C. - How Business Was Done 4000 Years Ago

nytimes.com
338.To Come Up with a Good Idea,Start by Imagining the Worst Idea Possible

hbr.org
339.The Ancient Spice Trade Between Asia, Northeast Africa and Europe

wikipedia.org
340.Lost Posture: Why Some Indigenous Cultures May Not Have Back Pain

npr.org
341.Why Don’t We Remember The Cholas?

swarajyamag.com
342.Which Continents Did The Indians Venture in Ancient Times?

quora.com
343.How Media Manipulators Work

brainpickings.org
344.Gene-Editing Explained

technologyreview.com
345.Highlights of Science in Ancient India by Michel Danino

youtube.com
346.Mozart’s Brain and the Fighter Pilot

farnamstreetblog.com
347.Quantum Computing, Now and Next

a16z.com
348.Reciprocation Bias

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349.The Amazing Fertility Of The Older Mind

bbc.com
350.How Fungus Could Help Repair Our Roads and Bridges

technologyreview.com
351. Let Your Wanderlust Heat Up As Temperatures Cool

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352.The Netherlands Has Become An Agricultural Giant

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