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The Atlantic Retweeted ·  
go look at the moon! but also come back and be sad

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Apparently it’s Hagfish Day, so it’s time to re-up this old favourite theatlantic.com/science/archiv…
 
Dwindling antibody counts can sound scary, but it’s not always a bad thing: Your body is getting rid of the antibodies that are total trash, reports @KatherineJWu. on.theatln.tc/RkjvyuT
The Good Part About Waning Immunity
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Much of American life is a little—and in some cases, a lot—easier if you have a partner or live with family members or housemates. @jpinsk reports on the way society makes life harder for people who live alone: on.theatln.tc/tBtBOel
The Hidden Costs of Living Alone
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The fate of the Democrats’ push for voting-rights legislation lies once again in the hands of one senator from West Virginia, Russell Berman writes. on.theatln.tc/xGLSl1R
What Does Joe Manchin Do Now?
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"The behavior of Yale Law’s diversity bureaucrats was unethical, discreditable, and clearly incompatible with key values that the elite law school purports to uphold," @conor64 writes: on.theatln.tc/CfxlpOw
A Worrisome Peek Inside Yale Laws Diversity Office
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Our pandemic knowledge may be useful beyond the pandemic. In the latest Atlantic Daily, @mimbsy features three examples of how what we've learned in the past 19 months may help us combat other illnesses that plague humankind. on.theatln.tc/XRRIMPH
The Atlantic Daily: A Future Without the Flu?
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"From the start of the pandemic, we have seen a mix of selfless and abhorrent behaviors. A puzzling feature of human nature is that they exist in a delicate balance," @NAChristakis writes: on.theatln.tc/tCBpIjm
Sometimes Altruism Needs to Be Enforced
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What happens as a puff of heat rises through the atmosphere? The answer to that simple question is surprisingly, even ominously important for the climate. But for nearly a century, the world’s best scientists struggled to resolve it, @yayitsrob writes:
on.theatln.tc/PsmtdQW
The Key Insight That Defined 50 Years of Climate Science
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“John Eastman actively sought to help [Donald] Trump steal an election he did not win,” Jeremy B. Rosen writes. “Seeking to subvert and damage our democracy is not the same as speaking freely, and it does not warrant any platform.” on.theatln.tc/9PjQSdv
 
DAILY CROSSWORD: What is the seven-letter name of the country where dub music originated? on.theatln.tc/4ao5avM
 
The new film adaptation of "Dune" is epic in scale and ambition, writes @davidlsims. But its true power lies in its quieter, human underpinnings.
on.theatln.tc/2zRIibx
'Dune'Is Epic, But Thats Not Why Its Great
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Today in The Atlantic: @elainejgodfrey on why Kyrsten Sinema isn’t rattled by progressives’ threats to primary her. Plus, @TMclaughlin3 on the Hong Kongers who helped end its democracy, and @davidlsims on the quiet power of “Dune.” Read it all:
on.theatln.tc/WdQLWr4
 
What if the federal government gave money directly to renters, rather than relying on a complicated voucher system to help poor Americans pay for rent? @rmc031 reports on the possibility of cash rental assistance:
on.theatln.tc/mTwdI0C
The Simplest Fix to Americas Rent Problem
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SPONSOR CONTENT: Improving treatment of brain disorders starts with understanding your patients. Three experts from @JanssenGlobal discuss how breakthrough insights are changing the neuroscience landscape: on.theatln.tc/FI5DuJR
 
As we grow older, we absorb many messages about how we should behave and the person we should become, @DrShefali tells @arthurbrooks. So how do we find our authentic self? Listen to their discussion, and try out #thechippingawayexercise: theatlantic.com/podcasts/archi…
 
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Copy: SPONSOR CONTENT: The word “metaverse” might not yet be popular in the zeitgeist, but many predict it is quickly becoming the next big thing. Catch up on what @Facebook’s VP of augmented and virtual reality Andrew Bosworth had to say.
 
Meet the collaborators helping Beijing dismantle Hong Kong's prodemocracy movement. @TMcLaughlin3 has more:
on.theatln.tc/9ZpanPG
From Fighting for Democracy to Fighting Against It
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The Atlantic Retweeted ·  
Sinema doesn’t seem rattled by progressives’ threats to primary her in 2024—and it’s not clear that she should be. New, from me:

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The Atlantic Retweeted ·  
"From the start of the pandemic, we have seen a mix of selfless and abhorrent behaviors. A puzzling feature of human nature is that they exist in a delicate balance," @NAChristakis writes in @TheAtlantic: theatlantic.com/ideas/archive/…
 
The Atlantic Retweeted ·  
What did an amusement park in Cedar Point, Ohio, teach a budding autocrat about why a crackdown was necessary in Hong Kong?

Read @TMclaughlin3 in @TheAtlantic to find out theatlantic.com/international/…
 
Progressives are promising to unseat Senator Kyrsten Sinema of Arizona in 2024. It won't be easy, @elainejgodfrey warns: on.theatln.tc/J4uOpdC
Kyrsten Sinema Isnt Hitting the Panic Button
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Perhaps the future of autofiction involves characters fleeing the least-escapable parts of their writers’ own lives. @lilyjmeyer on two new books that flaunt both their fakeness and their debt to reality: on.theatln.tc/pHYAXb1
In Defense of Fakeness
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Some adoption groups and agencies are rethinking their approach to infant adoption, reports @olgakhazan: on.theatln.tc/Kmsr4FK
The New Question Haunting Adoption
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Would Jesus tell the kind of jokes published on The Babylon Bee? Its editor in chief thinks so. For #TheExperimentPodcast, @emmaogreen explores how comedy pushes boundaries—and the fine line between satire and misinformation. Listen here:
on.theatln.tc/KJeSDpH
 
"Texas shows that there’s plenty to worry about when the governor of a state that has tens of millions of people living in it decides that his most important constituents don’t even live in the state and have shows on Fox News," @AdamSerwer writes: on.theatln.tc/eOS3dbQ
Greg Abbott Fears Fox News More Than COVID
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A new book sheds light on the origins of “Crime and Punishment,” Dostoyevsky’s sweaty, sprawling masterpiece, James Parker writes. on.theatln.tc/KLojNXU
Why Did Dostoyevsky Write Crime and Punishment?
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Americans don’t typically see professional athletes as low-wage workers. But the salaries that most National Women’s Soccer League players earn has engendered both pay inequality and allegedly abusive work environments. @maggiejmertens reports: on.theatln.tc/x1ijGh0
The Most Famous Low-Wage Workers in the Country
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The White House insists that voting rights are a priority. Yet advocates and allies on the left fear that the GOP’s recent assault on suffrage at the state level will go unchecked, @mimbsy writes in the latest Atlantic Daily: on.theatln.tc/ze9VCXT
The Atlantic Daily: Have Democrats Taken the High Road to Defeat?
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Homo sapiens have been around for about 300,000 years, but our ancestors, homo erectus, lasted for 2 million. What can we learn from their success? @josiegz reports for @SAPIENS_org: on.theatln.tc/w9GMugk
The Mystery of Why Our Ancestors Left Africa
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The Atlantic Retweeted ·  
“How Not to Be Your Own Worst Enemy”⁩ features an interactive exercise created by my outstanding colleagues ⁦@TheAtlantic⁩ on what you would like to change about yourself. theatlantic.com/podcasts/archi…
 
The Atlantic Retweeted ·  
Really interesting piece from @olgakhazan about how adoption has changed as the number of babies put up for adoption has plummeted, here and abroad
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The Atlantic Retweeted ·  
"In a moment of personal and collective crisis, the siren song of a self-help book is strong. There’s just one problem ..."

Good pandemic self-help advice from @elliepses: Don't rely on trauma self-help books.

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The Self-Help That No One Needs Right Now
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The Atlantic Retweeted ·  
This is such a neat interactive exercise from @arthurbrooks and @TheAtlantic's incredible experimental storytelling team. Give #thechippingawayexercise a try here: theatlantic.com/podcasts/archi…
 
Americans don’t typically see professional athletes as low-wage workers. But the salaries that most National Women’s Soccer League players earn has engendered both pay inequality and allegedly abusive work environments. @maggiejmertens reports: on.theatln.tc/0UTjoG5
The Most Famous Low-Wage Workers in the Country
theatlantic.com
 
The pressure to pretend we are perfect is exactly the thing holding us back from experiencing the happiness we seek. Try this new interactive exercise from @arthurbrooks, and don't forget to share your creation with us: theatlantic.com/podcasts/archi… #thechippingawayexercise
 
The Atlantic Retweeted ·  
See my interview with ⁦@DrShefali⁩ ⁦@TheAtlantic⁩ on how to be your authentic self. theatlantic.com/podcasts/archi…
 
The Atlantic Retweeted ·  
Winners of the 2021 Epson International Pano Awards - 16 of the winning and honored images from the 12th annual competition featuring the work of panoramic photographers from around the world. theatln.tc/a0nvGtya
 
Homo sapiens have been around for about 300,000 years, but our ancestors, homo erectus, lasted for 2 million. What can we learn from their success? @josiegz reports for @SAPIENS_org: on.theatln.tc/9wCDRZ6
The Mystery of Why Our Ancestors Left Africa
theatlantic.com
 
DAILY CROSSWORD: six letters for "comedy made up on the spot, for short": on.theatln.tc/z3eU1Pq
 
Perhaps the future of autofiction involves characters fleeing the least-escapable parts of their writers’ own lives. @lilyjmeyer on two new books that flaunt both their fakeness and their debt to reality: on.theatln.tc/9xjTnHi
 
The White House insists that voting rights are a priority. Yet advocates and allies on the left fear that the GOP’s recent assault on suffrage at the state level will go unchecked, @mimbsy writes in the latest Atlantic Daily: on.theatln.tc/ziDKaW9
 
The White House insists that voting rights are a priority. Yet advocates and allies on the left fear that the GOP’s recent assault on suffrage at the state level will go unchecked, @mimbsy writes in the latest Atlantic Daily: on.theatln.tc/ziDKaW9
The Atlantic Daily:HaveDemocratsTakentheHigh Road to Defeat?
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The Atlantic Retweeted ·  
SPONSOR CONTENT: Enter a 3-D world to experience how @Facebook connects you with new small businesses you’ll love. theatln.tc/VaDiCFGj
 
"Texas shows that there’s plenty to worry about when the governor of a state that has tens of millions of people living in it decides that his most important constituents don’t even live in the state and have shows on Fox News," @AdamSerwer writes: on.theatln.tc/E0mnhbo
Greg Abbott Fears Fox News More Than COVID
theatlantic.com
 
In this week's episode of "How to Build a Happy Life," Arthur Brooks sits down with the clinical psychologist Dr. Shefali to discuss the dangers of self-objectification and how to reclaim an authentic identity. on.theatln.tc/i7D6KzV
 
The Atlantic Retweeted ·  
“There is increasingly an advertising bid war to find birth parents" theatlantic.com/politics/archi…
 
The Atlantic Retweeted ·  
Fascinating @olgakhazan piece looking at changes in Christian adoption culture:
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Readers respond to recent stories in @theatlantic magazine. on.theatln.tc/0reAfJB
 
 
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