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32 MINS AGO - Business Insider

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Here’s how carpenters shave wood into incredibly thin strips

Wood planing is the art of shaving wood into really thin strips. It's a Japanese carpentry technique, and it's become competitive. Some people are able to shave wood thinner than the size of a cell. Written by Jacob Shamsian and produced by David Fang Follow INSIDER on Facebook Follow INSIDER on YouTube  Join the conversation about this story »

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31 MINS AGO - Huffington Post

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Wear These Native Designs Instead Of Urban Outfitters

These clothes will make you look cool -- without contributing to cultural appropriation.   OxDx Clothing, by Navajo designer Jared Yazzie, mixes Native patterns with graffiti and punk-inspired designs to create shirts that call out issues that affect Native communities, like cultural misrepresentation and violence against women. “I never thought about creating a statement, I just made stuff that reflects Native people,” ...

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31 MINS AGO - Huffington Post

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Interfaith Leaders Gather To Promote Peace In The Heart Of The Christian South

Renowned spiritual leaders and activists will convene in Louisville, Kentucky for the 21st annual Festival of Faiths later this month to address strategies for peace in an increasingly violent world. The interfaith gathering, which is put on every year by the Louisville-based Center for Interfaith Relations, will host figures like Karen Armstrong, Pico Iyer, Vandana Shiva, Linda Sarsour and Jim Wallis for a ...

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1 HOUR AGO - SFist

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1 HOUR AGO - Cool Hunting

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Link About It: Only Half of Human Friendships are Actually Reciprocated

According to a new study published in the journal PLoS, we’re a little too generous when counting our friends. In fact, only half of the people we consider as friends actually feel the same way. The researchers surveyed 84 college students asking them......

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