A new issue of Poroi is out. From n+1, Twitter’s formal properties bend, simultaneously, in opposite directions: toward the essential but also the superfluous, the concise but also the verbose. Tsunami mystery: Who is Meri Yulanda? The girl who came home hardly resembled the girl who washed away. E.O. Wilson on evolution and our inner conflict: The human species' vexing combination of "sin" and "virtue" may be better explained by the two extreme evolutionary forces that created us. Paul Krugman and Robin Wells review The Escape Artists by Noam Scheiber, Pity the Billionaire by Thomas Frank and The Age of Austerity by Thomas Byrne Edsall. William Grassie on energy solutions from the perspective of Big History. “I'm not your wife!”: A new study points to a hidden form of sexism. From Human Events, Jason Mattera on the top 10 Hollywood hypocrites. Diplomacy on ice: Mika Mered on the fragile geopolitics of Antarctica. Saga of the Northwest Passage: Allan Woods on discovering evidence of an ill-fated mission in the frigid waters of the Arctic. Aging U.S. flags given a dignified goodbye.