There’s a Massive Antarctic Exploration Vehicle Lost Somewhere at the Bottom of the World
In 1939 a joint government-private sector project ran into the question of how best to traverse Antarctica’s frozen wastelands. The obvious answer? A car. A really, really, really big car. Or so thought Thomas Poulter, designer of the doomed Antarctic Snow Cruiser.
Should we be eating three meals a day?
The idea that we should eat three meals a day is surprisingly modern. How many meals a day is best for our health?
Inside the World of Guide Dog Dropouts
In this highly competitive training, pup perfection is demanded — and not every student can make it to graduation. Here’s what happens to the still very good boys who need a sudden ‘career change.’
Dice Life Links
The People Who Base Their Life Decisions On a Dice Roll (vice.com)
Roll the Dice – Ultimate Decision-Making Strategy: May Seem Irrational But Can Be The Most Rational… – BizShifts-Trends
Should You Let the Dice Decide? | Psychology Today
Can’t make a decision? Have you ever tried rolling for it? | by Franko French | Medium
Physical fatigue is in the brain as much as in the body
Over the past couple of decades, scientists too have become increasingly interested in the potential of ‘mind over muscle’. Their findings suggest that there is far more to it than a motivational mantra.
Ways to Train Your Brain to Get What You Want
Contrary to theory, which cannot get you very far in the end, people who have actually been “there” provide practical steps on what you need to do to get there too. Here are the five things you should focus on. Forget everything else.
Got food cravings? What’s living in your gut may be responsible
Eggs or yogurt, veggies or potato chips? We make decisions about what to eat every day, but those choices may not be fully our own. New University of Pittsburgh research on mice shows for the first time that the microbes in animals’ guts influence what they choose to eat, making substances that prompt cravings for different kinds of foods.