Happy Friday eve! It’s time to get your mental corn popping 🙂
Ben Lindbergh: NASA and Space-X unleash the dragon as they count down to the next stage of space travel. The Ringer
Jacob Bogage and Christian Davenport report on the successful launch of the Falcon 9 with NASA astronauts and separation of the Dragon capsule. The Washington Post
Five ways solar energy could develop. SciShow
Maya Wei-Haas says, there are “mountains” bigger than Everest deep inside Earth. National Geographic
Jason Daley: a sorceress’ kit was discovered in the ashes of Pompeii. The Smithsonian Magazine
Terry Gross interviews James Nestor on how the “lost art” of breathing affects sleep and resilience. NPR
Michael Gresko explains how we make, recall, and forget memories. National Geographic
SciShow Psych separates fact from fiction about borderline personality disorder.
Gestalten explores the mystique of scent. The internet has a smell. Who knew?
Rebecca Friedel introduces us to the runner bean, JSTOR Daily’s plant of the month.
Open Culture shares John Coltrane’s illustration of the mathematics of music.
Leah Pellegrini shares breathtaking photographs that capture ballet’s finest dancing on the streets of New York. My Modern Met
Thank you for stopping by and I hope you’ve found something to inspire your next creative project.
This weekend, I should have my next chapter update for May coming out.
Until then, be well and stay safe, be kind, and stay strong. The world needs your stories.