In an attempt to put Trump and what he represents into some sort of context, Laura Hooker tries to see the bigger picture and put Donald Trump into perspective so he can shed light on some of what matters more than one particular day’s distracting brouhaha.
Lying around listening to podcasts, casually browsing the web and flicking through Twitter. It is vaguely engaging. It’s pleasantly numb. Is this what it feels to have a terminal illness of the mind?Read More
Tamsin is a consumer of Netflix content and travel shows, stumbling on “Dark Tourist” in 2018. Here she writes up some of her reactions and observations in a spontaneous stream-of-consciousness review.
The blue smurf benefited from a German education so finds American and British disconnect with maths baffling. In this piece, Hans tries to pinpoint why this disconnect happens and what we can do to stop it happening to 99.5% of the Anglosphere population.
Merton Futon does a little thinking aloud on the subject of human populations, leaders and followers and personality-types that seem consistent across all nations and ethnicities and cultures and geographic locations.
A dramatic triplet of galaxies takes center stage in this image from the NASA/ESA Hubble Space Telescope, which captures a three-way gravitational tug-of-war between interacting galaxies. This system—known as Arp 195—is featured in the Atlas of Peculiar Galaxies, a list which showcases some of the weirder and more wonderful galaxies in the universe.
Hunger is expected to rise in 23 global hotspots in the next three months with the highest alerts for "catastrophic" situations in Ethiopia's embattled Tigray region, southern Madagascar, Yemen, South Sudan and northern Nigeria, two U.N. agencies warned Friday.
A British court on Friday overturned government approval for the construction of a controversial road tunnel close to the Stonehenge stone circle, following opposition from historians, archaeologists and druids.