Welcome to 2020!
Lots of videos today, but there’s still something in here that will pop your mental corn.
Veritasium looks into the science of resolutions (and why most of them fail).
The strange and unexpected reason ice is slippery. It’s okay to be smart
Nadia Drake reports that Betelgeuse is acting strangely, and astronomers think it might be going supernova. National Geographic
SciShow Space news shares their biggest, brightest, most (superlative) news of the year.
Matt O’Dowd answers the question, does life require a multiverse? PBS Space Time
Physics Girl considers how the large hadron collider (LHC) can help us identify dark matter.
Jessica Stewart shares Yaoyao Ma Van As’ heartwarming illustrations of the bond between a dog and their owner. My Modern Met
Thank you for stopping by. I hope you came away with something to inspire your next creative project.
Until the weekend (next chapter for December and year-end review), be well, be kind, and stay strong. The world needs your stories 🙂