Antarctica needs a postmaster: Must love penguins
I’d go, gosh yes, and I love penguins!!!!
Penguins No Longer Have a Strong Ability to Taste
‘this doesn’t taste fishy’… shouldn’t it taste fishy????
Westminster Dog Show Names Best in Show Winner
Yay Miss P!!!!!
Escaping the Career Waiting Trap
Exactly what I needed to read at this point in my so-called career!!
The strongest natural substance known to man is… sea-snail teeth
Well who knew…
Why Pluto Matters: A Short History of a Small (Non-)Planet
Hurray for Pluto!!
Elon Musk is designing a Tesla battery to power your home
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Unusual Hobbies: A Reading List
My boyfriend and I share a love of cryptozoology and hidden places. For Valentine’s Day, he bought us matching “explorer” jackets with Nessie and Mothman patches affixed to the sleeves. We have standard hobbies, too—reading, writing, listening to music—but podcasts about Bigfoot and poring over Atlas Obscura is where things get a little weird. In this collection, you’ll meet folks who look at planes, at compasses, at building blocks and at each other (in full Civil War uniform, no less).
1. “Things Are Looking Up For Planespotters, the World’s Most Obsessive Aviation Geeks.” (Andrew McMillen, BuzzFeed, February 2015)
On Saturday mornings, when I was little, my dad played a computer game called Flight Simulator. He’d always loved planes, and flying them virtually was his way of taking to the skies without increasing his insurance payments. I thought of him immediately when I read Andrew McMillen’s reporting. Planespotters photograph, memorize, categorize and share…
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