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Little Atoms weekly roundup (the eurozone – it’s all Greek to me edition)

What’s actually happening with Greece, naming Islamic State, being raised by Jurassic World, our love hate relationship with London, seeing elves on DMT and the literary phenomenon Nell Zink.

Why I am not leaving London (and why London wouldn't care if I did)

The ultimate rebuttal to all those “Why I’m leaving London” pieces. We say, shut the door on your way out.

So what should we call Islamic State?

Does David Cameron have a point about naming the monster?

Jurassic World is a terrible film because we are terrible people

Just your average 3,000 word long read on why Jurassic Park primed us for the plot holes, clichés and post-modern twists. 

Little Atoms Dispatch: The Greek crisis is a fight for the soul of Europe

Ahead of the referendum on Sunday, Yiannis Baboulias sent us a dispatch from Athens to explain what’s happening on the ground. 

What is Greece voting on this Sunday?

And if you have no idea what’s going on in Greece, read this bluffer’s guide to the economics of Grexit.

Podcast: Nell Zink 

Neil Denny talks to the literary sensation Nell Zink

The psychedelic drug that could explain our belief in life after death

Scientists have discovered DMT, the Class A hallucinogenic, naturally occurs in the body, and may contain a clue to what happens when we die and why people see fairies.

Now, go and enjoy the sun. 

In the particle of me that cares for this, I betrayed those little atoms with a kiss

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