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Famous Guitarist Still Plays Guitar Made by Father
Queen’s guitarist still plays the guitar made for him by his father. It was the early 1960’s and a teenage Brian May wanted an electric guitar. ...
Elite College Students Bested by Average Kindergartners
Over the course of several months, Peter Skillman conducted a study pitting the skill of elite university students against that of the average kindergartner. ...
A Surprising ‘Greatest Fear in Life’
Maria Stenvinkel, a corporate consultant from Sweden, asked 65 people from around the world, “What’s your greatest fear in life?”
Woman Attempting Suicide Is Saved by Sumo Wrestlers
Japan’s been seeing some very encouraging drops in its suicide rates recently, but that doesn’t mean that the country has completely solved ...
High School Robotics Teams Create Protective Equipment
One of the massive downsides of schools closing from the pandemic was all the canceled student activities. So, when Tim Bennington-Davis saw an opportunity ...
What Termites Can Teach Us
Termites may be hard to love, but they’re easy to admire. Termite mounds can reach as high as thirty feet. Based on their tiny size, that’s ...
The Miracle of the Mundane
Author Heather Havrilesky writes about finding meaning in the mundaneness of everyday life using Mozart as the example:
Mozart’s father, Leopold, ...
One of the Worst Hitters in Baseball is a Hot Commodity
In February 2019, The Wall Street Journal called Major League Baseball player Jeff Mathis one of the most hotly anticipated free agents in baseball. But ...
British Army Targets Millennials by Defying Stereotypes
Facing a significant downtick in recruitment, the British Army has launched a unique campaign to engage young people between 16 and 25 who may be looking ...
A Record Number of Folks Age 85 and Older Are Working
Seventy may be the new 60, and 80 may be the new 70, but 85 is still pretty old to work in America. Yet in some ways, it is the era of the very old worker ...