April 01, 2016

Painting a Rembrandt self-portrait

Re-creating one of Rembrandt's famous self portraits. Credit: Chris Ford / Flickr Creative Commons

Since the first census more than 200 years ago, the racial landscape of the U.S. has changed. A lot. And it’s struggling to adapt to the 21st century.

Eeeep. According to a new study, when we look for people to date, we're kind of looking for ourselves. Researcher Angela Bahns explains.

Apparently, travelers in the 40s also complained about airports and planes. (Some things never change.) But, according to Jennifer Van Vleck, modern society owes a lot to air travel.

Jenifer Van Vleck, Ian Bremmer, Kenneth Prewitt, Angela Bahns

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