Tuesday, September 29, 2015

The Case For Cheese Wiz

A Nation Of Tall Cheese-Eaters, The Kama Sutra Of Melon Balls, Stop Washing Your Shirts So Much, Creative Self-Destruction And The Climate, Google's Quantum Computer Just Got a Big Upgrade, How Coyotes Smuggle People Into America
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Tuesday, September 29, 2015
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A Nation Of Tall Cheese-Eaters
bbc.com
The Dutch drink a lot of milk, eat a lot of cheese and are now the tallest people in the world. Could there be a connection? How did the Netherlands become so cheesy?
THE FRUITS OF DESIRE
The Kama Sutra Of Melon Balls
digg.com
Melon balls are aesthetically pleasing. But are they practical?
SHIRTS WE DIGG SPONSORED
Stop Washing Your Shirts So Much
woolandprince.com
Thanks to the magic of wool, you can wear Wool & Prince's shirts for days on end without needing to wash them. Imagine that — fewer trips to the laundromat. (Oh, and they also look great.)
PLANTING SEEDS OF DESTRUCTION
Creative Self-Destruction And The Climate
theconversation.com
Ecologists and conservation biologists have been convinced that they have to speak the language of the market to be heard and so busy themselves with "putting a price on the environment." What we really need is activism.
A QUANTUM LEAP
Google's Quantum Computer Just Got a Big Upgrade
wired.com
Google is upgrading its quantum computer. Known as the D-Wave, Google's machine is making the leap from 512 qubits — the fundamental building block of a quantum computer — to more than a 1000 qubits. Here's what that could mean.
THE SMUGGLING MACHINE
How Coyotes Smuggle People Into America
digg.com
Using animation, puppets and stop motion, Javier Barboza created this short film on the smuggling of undocumented immigrants.
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A DOWNPOUR OF DISSENT
Image: Protesters holding yellow umbrellas gather to observe a moment of silence to mark the first anniversary of
Protesters holding yellow umbrellas gather to observe a moment of silence to mark the first anniversary of "Umbrella Movement" outside the government headquarters in Hong Kong on Sept. 28, 2015. A year ago, Hong Kong's famously busy streets were shut down by pro-democracy activists who occupied them for 79 days in what became known as the "Umbrella Movement." Credit: AP Photo/Kin Cheung
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