Time to tickle those neurons and get your mental corn popping!
Ashley Whillans looks at what time poverty is doing to us: time for happiness. The Harvard Business Review
Amanda Kooser reveals how NASA watches the wild polar vortex from space. Cnet
SciShow Space explains how the collision that created the moon could have provided Earth with the elements of life and how stellar occultation can help us figure out how the collisions that originally formed the planets of our solar system happened. Whew!
Loren Grush says, better interior design might keep astronauts healthier and happier in deep space. The Verge
Will Meyer: the weather and the wall. Climate change and the border wall are more connected than you might think. Longreads
Emma Taggart shares the colourful chart that traces the evolution of the English alphabet from Egyptian hieroglyphics. My Modern Met
Katarzyna Szymielewicz says, your digital identity has three layers, and you can only control one of them. Quartz
Ryan Gabrielson: the FBI says its photo analysis is scientific evidence, but scientists disagree. ProPublica
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