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All Things Considered for July 31, 2011

Neil Johnson, a University of Miami physicist, developed this mathematical formula to predict insurgent attacks in war zones. Courtesy of Neil Johnson hide caption

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Physicist: Math Can Predict Insurgent Attacks

Math Can Predict Insurgent Attacks, Physicist Says

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Everett Ruess was a young explorer, writer and artist who vanished in 1934 while hiking in the Utah desert. Istockphoto.com hide caption

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Writer's Mystery Endures, Long After He Vanished

Writer's Mystery Endures, Long After He Vanished

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Joss Stone's new album, her first on her own label, is called LP1. Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Joss Stone: First Thought, Best Thought

Joss Stone: First Thought, Best Thought

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All Things Considered for July 30, 2011

The right eye of Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa." On Aug. 21, 1911, the then-little-known painting was stolen from the wall of the Louvre in Paris. And a legend was born. Associated Press hide caption

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The Theft That Made The 'Mona Lisa' A Masterpiece

The Theft That Made The 'Mona Lisa' A Masterpiece

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