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Why do we touch strangers so much? A history of the handshake offers clues (www.nationalgeographic.com)

Handshakes and other forms of touch stretch back from before ancient Greece all the way to the American Quakers.

How much is culture, how much biology? Always a question of why we do the things we do in society, we always take the little things for granted!

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Lyndsie (@speakofqueen)
2 months ago

It’s interesting to think about, especially when we are in a time where our norms are being redirected.

Thanks to a new fossil discovery, we suddenly know a lot more about dinosaur sex (www.salon.com)

This Artist Draws Detailed Cityscapes Entirely From Memory (www.youtube.com)