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  • none left in fear. Scholars agree that there’s little history of anti Semitism in India.

  • emotional analysis could detect “anger, contempt, fear, disgust, happiness, neutral, sadness or surprise.”
  • George Orwell’s 1984, where the government monitors faces for any sign of dissatisfaction, or “facecrime.” In Orwell’s world, “to wear an improper expression on your face (to look incredulous when a victory was announced, for example) was itself a punishable offense.”
  • Donald Trump’s security personnel have already tried to pre-empt protests at rallies by kicking out people they thought likely to protest. At one rally in February, security asked 30 black students to leave before Trump started speaking. According to USA Today, the students had planned to sit in silent protest, but one 19-year-old student said, “We didn’t plan to do anything.”

  • A sleep historian (actual job title) from Virginia Tech recently published a paper proving how we humans once slept in two distinct phases: a first sleep two hours after dusk followed by a waking period of one or two hours; and then a second sleep.
  • Nature has gifted us with a quiet, undistracted, self-indulgent hour or two to spend as we wish to make our life more fulfilling: journal, bake, meditate, read, organize old photos, listen to music, start a new hobby (or wake up our partner and rekindle an old one!).
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