Jean-Paul Sartre and Albert Camus.
Today marks 30 years since Muhammad Ali’s last fight. (a fight, in which, he lost to Trevor Berbick)
Across five decades and through dozens of boxing bouts and portrait sessions, photographer Neil Leifer came closer than anyone ever has to capturing the essence of, arguably, the greatest athlete who ever lived. Leifer recently sat down with LIFE and selected his own favorite images of The Greatest of All Time.
(see more — Muhammad Ali: The Greatest Pictures)
To Dad, he just loved Ali so much, he told stories of watching the games live. I miss you dad.
Chaos and Geomagnetic Reversals | Christophe Gissinger
Is this gorgeous or what? It’s the first place winner of Princeton’s Art of Science competition, an image of a model of the Earth’s polarity reversing. (I guess this happens every 500,000 years or so, when north swaps places with south…the things you learn working at a science magazine). Anyway, if you would like to give me a Christmas present, Tumblr, I’ll take this printed at about 8 feet by 8 feet.
On the historic day where John F. Kennedy was elected president, we take a look back at his Life Before Camelot.
Pictured: John F. Kennedy, the first American president born in the 20th century, at age 10. Born into privilege, Kennedy moved that year from Brookline, Mass., to a mansion in Riverdale, New York.
I love JFK.
Round two, got to love it great lyrics
Keynes vs Hayek amazing way to learn about two great economists and some of the two opposing views to markets and economic policy