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Do you have to be a vegetarian if you love animals? — Quartz

On a sunny summer time morning, I’m out on the waters of the Gulf of Mexico in Sarasota, Florida, watching dolphins pods swim, manta rays wing it, and...

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The propaganda films that saved Walt Disney’s cartoon empire — Quartzy

In 1941, Walt Disney’s issues have been piling up. His third animated movie, Fantasia, was meant to “change the history of motion pictures”—however ended up...

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Cynicism isn’t as smart as we think it is — Quartz

Within the fourth century BC, cynics needed to reside like canine. The Cynics have been Greek philosophers who rejected typical concepts about cash, energy...

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Don’t panic about change on the US Supreme Court—justices hate overruling cases — Quartz

This can be a delightfully boring true story. It’s a staid story of regulation and order, judicial restraint, binding precedent, and stability. And for those...