Jacob & Co.’s Astronomia Sky takes the triple axis tourbillon even farther.
Daily Archives: March 10, 2016
What the Internet Looks Like for Someone With Dyslexia
TRY AS YOU might, if you don’t have dyslexia, it’s probably hard to really understand what it’s like for someone who does to use the Internet, where text is king. A developer named Victor Windell wanted to change that. Windell created a simulation that lets anyone see what it’s like to have severe dyslexia and read online content.
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‘Living Lens’ Made From Stem Cells Could Treat Blindness
Scientists have used stem cells to cure blindness in rabbits—which could be incredible news for visually impaired people.
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More Than Half of All Calories Eaten in America Now Come from Processed Food
Americans are used to breaking down their foods into different groups—and to plenty of different opinions about just what that breakdown should look like. But there’s another category of food we haven’t been tracking, one that now makes up more than half of everything we eat.
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Some very stupid lawmakers in West Virginia are sick, presumably with the shits. They lifted the state’s ban on raw, unpasteurized milk a few weeks ago, then drank some raw, unpasteurized milk to celebrate, and, well, they are feeling bad lately. This seems an opportune moment to point out that actually, pasteurization is good.