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Christine de Pizan, The Deeds of Arms and of Chivalry, 1410

Christine de Pizan, a French noblewoman, is notable not only for her poetry, but for having written this book on the virtues of martial training. The work is largely based on Vegetius’s… 410 more words

Archery

BBC News tries – and fails – to explain antisemitism and anti-Zionism

As regular readers of BBC Watch know, the corporation has a pretty gloomy record when it comes to preventing, identifying – and correcting – antisemitic discourse in its own content. 1,379 more words

BBC

Practice to improve yourself, not to impress yourself

Strap on your armor. Pick up your shield. Draw your sword. It’s time to do battle with an old (and familiar) enemy – your ego. 213 more words

Jazz

Weekly Commodity Futures Forecasts Accuracy (April 22, 2016 - April 29, 2016)

This post aims to show how Weekly Commodity Futures Price Forecasts (April 22, 2016April 29, 2016) published on 2016/04/24 have performed. The forecasted values are compared to the closing prices of commodity futures as of  110 more words

Monthly Commodity Futures Forecasts Accuracy (April 01, 2016 - May 01, 2016)

This post aims to show how Monthly Commodity Futures Price Forecasts (April 01, 2016May 01, 2016) published on 2016/04/05 have performed. The forecasted values are compared to the closing prices of commodity futures as of  125 more words

You can now be identified by your ‘brainprint’ with 100% accuracy

From KurzweilAI

Binghamton University researchers have developed a biometric identification method called Cognitive

Binghamton University researchers have developed a biometric identification method called Cognitive Event-RElated Biometric REcognition (CEREBRE) for identifying an individual’s unique “brainprint.” They recorded the brain activity of 50 subjects wearing an electroencephalograph (EEG) headset while looking at selected images from a set of 500 images. 789 more words

Technology

US gun violence is worse than we think


AFP via Getty Images

America is already known for leading the developed world in gun violence. But a new study finds the problem may be even worse than we think.

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Crime