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American actor Ethan Hawke has appeared on TED to debunk the myth that creativity is a minor part of our lives. He demonstrated that the way we usually turn to human expression whenever something very bad—or something very good—happens in our lives is the result of creativity. “Do you think human creativity matters?” Hawke asked. […]
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  2. Science & Technology
On June 10, 2021, an annular solar eclipse occurred. In simple words: the Moon passed between the Earth and the Sun, slightly masking the image of the Sun for a spectator on Earth. During the eclipse, the Moon’s diameter was smaller than that of the Sun’s, giving the Sun the appearance of an annulus. A recent release from NASA features some stunning images captured by the organization’s photographers Aubrey Gemignani and Bill Ingalls. The two photographers captured the eclipse’s “ring of fire” from two different vantage points. Aubrey captured it rising above the Delaware Breakwater Lighthouse in Lewes Beach, Delaware, while Bill captured it rising above the United States Capitol building in Arlington, Virginia.  Here are some of the stunning images courtesy of the two photographers. NASA’s stunning photography capture […]
  1. Health & Wellness
Today, social media is implicated in an array of mental health problems. It makes us feel terrible about who we really are. Concerns around social media have become mainstream, but researchers have yet to elucidate the specific cognitive mechanisms that explain the toll it takes on our psychological wellbeing. New advances in computational neuroscience, however, […]