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It's perhaps poetic that despite its name and primary adaptation, the hermit crab can not thrive in isolation. Imagine having a capacity for solitude so pronounced th...
The philosopher Søren Kierkegaard once wrote that music is “measured but immeasurable.” As irritatingly paradoxical as that comes off, he was trying to understand something really important: why music compels human beings the way that it does. Like pretty much everything else, music has discernible structure, but unlike a walnut table, the Mona Lisa, or a sunset, its structure takes up no space. Singing “I Can’t Get No Satisfaction” in the shower is way way way more ‘...
For today's news briefing is going to be highlighting the different ways that people are dealing with being stuck indoors as the world deals with the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. Everything from how human beings are trying to use (or not use) public space, to the way that scientists make observations while respecting social distancing mandates has changed. Some stories might put a smile on your face, and some might make you angry, but each highlights the strange and sometimes unpredictable responses people are having to this new world.