Wednesday, September 23, 2015

...And His Name Is John Cena!!!

How To Watch Professional Wrestling, The Towering Drama Inside The Site That Measures Celebrity Heights, Congress Doesn't Care About The Children And Other Political News, How Apple Music's Human DJs Compare To Spotify's Algorithms, Visions Of Future Physics, No Man's Land: The Last Tribes Of The Plains
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Wednesday, September 23, 2015
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TIME TO SQUARE YOUR CIRCLE
How To Watch Professional Wrestling
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Did you see Jon Stewart hit John Cena in the gut with a folding chair? Are you now mildly curious about the WWE? Here is your ultimate guide to watching large men in spandex pretend to fight each other.
MAKING MOUNTAINS OUT OF MILLIMETERS
The Towering Drama Inside The Site That Measures Celebrity Heights
buzzfeed.com
The man behind CelebHeights.com is not here to make friends.
THE ENTHUSIASM GAP
Congress Doesn't Care About The Children And Other Political News
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Welcome to "The Enthusiasm Gap," a weekly digest that aims to bridge the gap between interest and enthusiasm in politics by bringing you the best political and electoral writing of the week.​
THE HIT CHARADE
How Apple Music's Human DJs Compare To Spotify's Algorithms
technologyreview.com
An algorithm might create a playlist you enjoy, but don't mistake that for creativity.
BREAK THE LAWS
Visions Of Future Physics
quantamagazine.org
Nima Arkani-Hamed is championing a campaign to build the world's largest particle collider, even as he pursues a new vision of the laws of nature.
THE GEOGRAPHY OF POVERTY
No Man's Land: The Last Tribes Of The Plains
msnbc.com
As industry closes in, Native Americans fight for dignity and natural resources.
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Image: ​An Indian woman covers herself as a municipal worker fumigates a residential area to prevent mosquitoes from breeding in Lucknow, India, Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015. Dengue outbreaks are reported every year after the monsoon season that runs from June to September. Many people have died from the mosquito-borne disease in the country's capital New Delhi this year.
​An Indian woman covers herself as a municipal worker fumigates a residential area to prevent mosquitoes from breeding in Lucknow, India, Tuesday, Sept. 22, 2015. Dengue outbreaks are reported every year after the monsoon season that runs from June to September. Many people have died from the mosquito-borne disease in the country's capital New Delhi this year. Credit: AP Photo/Rajesh Kumar Singh
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