The unexamined life is not worth living.” 

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  • Watch the mesmerising patterns that emerge from nature’s fundamental forces as sound waves meet salt and water – by Aeon Video Watch at Aeon
  • Cognition did not appear out of nowhere in ‘higher’ animals but goes back millions, perhaps billions, of years – by Pamela Lyon Read at Aeon
  • When Dutch students learn about sex, love and relationships, there’s no shame but plenty of giggles and camaraderie – by Aeon Video Watch at Aeon
  • It started as a fringe philosophical theory about humanity’s future. It’s now richly funded and increasingly dangerous – by Phil Torres Read at Aeon
  • The optical illusion known as persistence of vision bursts to vivid life in this Palme d’Or winner from 1955 – by Aeon Video Watch at Aeon
  • A song can take you on a journey of ecstatic arousal. Is music imitating sex, inviting it, or something else altogether? – by Michael Spitzer Read at Aeon
  • Instead of letting waves of exploitation sweep through the deep ocean, we could choose to protect this vast living realm – by Helen Scales Read at Aeon
  • The animated story of the autistic, self-taught artist Gregory Blackstock who mines creativity from life’s endless variations – by Aeon Video Watch at Aeon
  • You might think that horror movies are a delicious, trashy pleasure. But watching them has surprisingly wholesome effects – by Mathias Clasen Read at Aeon
  • Unearthing stories of trauma, struggle and love among the hobbyist miners at the Crater of Diamonds State Park in Arkansas – by Aeon Video Watch at Aeon

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