Links of the Day

Do Psychedelic Drug Laws Violate Human Rights?

Not Just Fluffy Bunnies: The Dark Side of Beatrix Potter

The Beautiful Proto-Feminist Snark of Jane Austen’s Juvenilia

Can Drug Trips Be Religious? Rabbis Take ‘Shrooms for Science

Maha Shivratri: Why CERN Has a Statue of Lord Shiva

Science May Scoff, But Rice Professor and Best-Selling Author Believe the Inexplicable Does Occur

Erotic Blooms: The Sex Appeal of Flowers

Quest for the Real Life Treasures of Atari’s Swordquest

The Secret History of the Girl Detective

Interactive Cannibal Exhibit Comes to San Diego’s Museum of Man

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Links of the Day

The Wonderful World of Glow In The Dark Sea Turtles

David Bowie Explains His Use of Cut-Ups

Spiders On Mars

Journey Out: Women Who Escaped a Polygamous Mormon Cult

Can Another Body Be Seen as an Extension of Your Own?

Sarcasm Is Wasted on People Over 65

Lessons Learned From Fairy Tales

Britian’s Pompeii

Does Mein Kampf Remain a Dangerous Book?

Witches of Stalingrad

Unlocking the Mystery of Sharon Tate

The History and Uses of the Magical Mandrake

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No, not that Mandrake.

Links of the Day

The Deceptive Art of Storytelling

Woman’s Body Turns Food Into Alcohol

The Man Who Filled Newspapers with Monsters

China’s Cremation Competition

New Year’s Peas

The Irresistible Psychology of Fairy Tales

When Plants Go to War

Science Fiction That Became Science Fact This Year

The .50-Caliber Mousetrap Patent That Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time

Dual Purpose Memory Palace

Fail and Fail Again

The Glories of the Galapagos

A Taxonomy of David Bowie’s Many Personas and Imitators

Copenhagen’s Final Resting Place for the Homeless

Zen Nouveau

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