There’s been dozens of probes that have gone out exploring the solar system since 1959’s Luna 2 probe. PopChartLab has gone and noted down each one since in this beautiful poster of the Solar System.
Growing up, my mother made it a point to shower my sister and I with bell hooks literature and pro-black woman rhetoric about embracing our natural selves. At the time, I didn’t fully understand black feminism or why it was necessary as a standalone concept.
Pennzoil has kicked off a new video series set to showcase underground automotive enthusiasts called “Joyriders” that are constantly pushing the boundaries of performance. The first video features a yellow Ferrari 488 GTB drifting in the heart of Spain.
Kendrick Lamar’s surprise Untitled Unmastered album debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, earning 178,000 equivalent album units in the week ending March 10, according to Nielsen Music. Of that sum, 142,000 were in pure album sales.
There is magic here, the delight in being not quite lost and not quite found.
March madness is here. The field is set for the 2016 NCAA tournament, and the entire field was announced during Sunday night’s selection show.
Every year, 4,500 Americans die waiting for a kidney transplant. It’s not just because there aren’t enough donors—part of the problem is that donors need to be compatible to prevent the recipient’s body from rejecting the new kidney. They need the right blood type, but they also have to have the right combination of six antigens–molecules on a cell that have the capacity to trigger an immune response. Any two random people have a one in 100,000 chance that all six antigens will match, and even then it’s not a guarantee that the kidney won’t be rejected.