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When Women Had the Field

When Women Had the Field

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Girls used to be so good at kicking pigskins, and audiences adored them so much, that men felt threatened. And so they destroyed women’s football. Piotr Żelazny

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The Monsoon Empire

The Monsoon Empire

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Before the monsoon downpours begin to fall, mildew appears – the omnipresent sister of dampness that invades every corner. It heralds long months during which the gods flood humans with rain. In India, the season of abundance coincides with the time of juicy mangoes and great fear. Water will decide everything. Paulina Wilk
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Women Who Know

Women Who Know

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I set off on a journey through my native region of Kashubia – in northern Poland – in search of today's Kashubian witches, perhaps the very last of all. And these are the stories told by those whom I found. Stasia Budzisz

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Watercolours Under a Spacesuit

Watercolours Under a Spacesuit
The Story of Galina Balashova

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Androids may dream of electric sheep, but Soviet cosmonauts dream of flowery meadows and white birch tree-trunks. Fortunately, there was someone who painted their dreams and sent them along up into space. Konstanty Usenko
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The Rise and Fall of a Chimpanzee Matriarchy

The Rise and Fall of a Chimpanzee Matriarchy

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I learned that in Warsaw Zoo, it’s the female chimpanzees who lead the troop rather than the males. That’s an unusual arrangement out there, in nature. “Look at that, a female revolution,” I thought, and it warmed my heart. Agnieszka Wójcińska

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Madame Jedi

Madame Jedi

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Who was the most mysterious woman of the age of steam and electricity? An ingenious fraud, an enlightened sage, or maybe just a skilled writer? That’s the million dollar question. Tomasz Stawiszyński
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The Aristocracy of Crumbling Sands

The Aristocracy of Crumbling Sands

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He criticized and rejected globalization long before it gained momentum. He practised and promoted ecotourism and sustainable development long before those names were coined. Wilfred Thesiger crossed the Arabian deserts together with Bedouins. They saved his life – and he gave them his heart. Paulina Wilk

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Karyna Piwowarska
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How Maria Sibylla Merian Finished Her Wine and Moved Beyond the Map

How Maria Sibylla Merian Finished Her Wine and Moved Beyond the Map

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An amazing painter, a resourceful mother who abandoned her unloved husband and raised her daughters on her own; a scholar who at the age of 53, 100 years before Darwin, travelled to the end of the world and proved that what Aristotle wrote about the life of insects was absolute nonsense. Agnieszka Drotkiewicz

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The Woes of Pope Frances

The Woes of Pope Frances
“Przekrój”’s Alternative History

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We present you with an alternative history of the Church led by a woman, Pope Frances. Adam Węgłowski
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Too Much Love

Too Much Love

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We present you with a short story set in the Żoliborz residential district in Warsaw. The daughter of a rich businessman throws a house party for her eighteenth birthday. The situation gets out of control, and the police are forced to solve the mystery of a corpse found in the bedroom. Wojciech Chmielarz

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The Gospel According to Pinker

The Gospel According to Pinker

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Steven Pinker reveals a terrible mystery to Tomasz Stawiszyński: we are living in the best of all possible worlds. As for our challenges – we are dealing very well with them. Progress everywhere – less poverty, less starvation, less misery. The optimists are right and the pessimists should despair, because their apocalyptic visions aren’t coming true. Tomasz Stawiszyński
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Space Mess

Space Mess

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Every internet user probably knows the videos shot at the International Space Station (ISS) by Chris Hadfield. Thanks to them, we have seen everyday life in space – what the inhabitants of the station eat, what they do in their spare time, how they take baths, and even how they brush their teeth. Meanwhile, an interior designer watches it and cries…  Zygmunt Borawski

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What to Eat Instead of Meat

What to Eat Instead of Meat

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A Polish blogger and author of a popular cookbook with plant-based recipes seeks the answer. Marta Dymek
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The Pet Kittens

The Pet Kittens

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The ideal candidate was 23 years old at most. Best for her to be in high school or college. Beauties of the Marilyn Monroe type were preferred, with a small, turned-up nose. Because big noses photograph poorly. Blue eyes were best, because they’re light. Who were the kittens of “Przekrój”? Ewa Pawlik

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Plastic-Filled Herrings

Plastic-Filled Herrings

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We have delegated our special correspondent to find out more about the problem of plastic debris polluting the Baltic Sea. Turns out it’s not so bad, but it’s not great either. We must protect the sea – mainly from ourselves. Łukasz Kaniewski
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Written in Sunlight: the Curious Life of Hércule Florence

Written in Sunlight: the Curious Life of Hércule Florence

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It was Hércule Florence who invented photography before Daguerre. It was him who travelled across the Amazon jungle, found a way to document the songs of birds without audio recording, and reproduced political pamphlets without the aid of a printing press. And yet, he was forgotten by the world for over a century. Katarzyna Sroczyńska

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Spurious Savannas

Spurious Savannas

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I must admit that I find it very hard to write about evolutionary psychology without mocking it. Let me explain why. January  Weiner
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Blood for Blood

Blood for Blood
(Or a Heifer or Two)

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When Hamzat Baymuradov killed the local police chief, his brothers and cousins stopped leaving their homes. Some even left the village, without saying goodbye or hinting where they might be found. Wojciech Jagielski

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For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness

For every minute you are angry you lose sixty seconds of happiness

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For eight years, British photographer Julian Germain documented the quiet, contemplative life of Charles Snelling, an elderly man living alone in a port town on the south coast of England.

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Skateboard Day

Skateboard Day

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Professor Filutek, part 44

Professor Filutek, part 44

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Holiday photo.
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Professor Filutek, part 43

Professor Filutek, part 43

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Professor Filutek takes a shortcut.
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Professor Filutek, part 42

Professor Filutek, part 42

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Do unto others as you would have them do unto you.
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Professor Filutek, part 41

Professor Filutek, part 41

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Attention! A May Day picnic message from Professor Filutek.
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Professor Filutek, part 40

Professor Filutek, part 40

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Professor Filutek’s lepidopterological passion.
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Professor Filutek, part 38

Professor Filutek, part 38

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A new look for Professor Filutek.
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Professor Filutek, part 37

Professor Filutek, part 37

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Professor Filutek learns to drive a plough.
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Professor Filutek, part 36

Professor Filutek, part 36

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Wonderful vistas, unforgettable emotions...