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The authors of the YouTube channel morn1415 made a video explaining how black holes are born. In terms of the drama, it may be slightly inferior to Interstellar, but much shorter instead. And more accurate as well!
A syndrome called FOMO describes a situation when you constantly scroll through social media feeds, news, and blogs, fearing to miss something exciting and important. Hence envy, apathy, feelings of loneliness, and depressive thoughts.
This week’s stories feature Ross Hall from Auckland, who designs custom-made colorful coffins in the form of Lego or chocolate, and a new feature of Google Earth that shows how the world has changed from 1984 to 2020.