The Mona Lisa is the most well-known piece of art on earth, and is the painting most people think of when thinking of "art" in general. But why? Is it the best? How did it happen that it became the universal symbol of popular, great art? Find out on this week's episode! In our news segment: CRISPR vs. blindness, coronavirus fallout, a tribute to NotNerd, and much more.Smile! You'll love it!
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