Tuesday, March 14, 2017

The Dark Night Of The Snow

How do Scandinavians deal with long, dark winters? And what might this teach us about the relationship between our moods and sunlight?
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DARKNESS FALLS
A S.A.D. STATE OF AFFAIRS
Does Winter Actually Make Us Sad?
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How do Scandinavians deal with long, dark winters? And what might this teach us about the relationship between our moods and sunlight?
HERE SHE BLOWS
Live Updates From The Northeast Blizzard
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'DEATH IS REAL'
A Portrait Of An Artist In The Midst Of Unspeakable Tragedy
pitchfork.com
A day in the life of singer-songwriter Phil Elverum following the death of his wife, Geneviève.
A COMMUTE TO YOUR COMMUTE
The Deepest Subway Stations In The World
amusingplanet.com
The Arsenalna, a station on Kiev's Metro, is located 105.5 meters below the surface, making it the deepest metro station in the world. If you made a vertical shaft on earth as deep, you could drop the entire Statue of Liberty into it and still have more than twelve meters of headroom left to drop other stuff.
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THE NATURE OF THE BEAST
LOST IN THE WORLD
How 1,600 People Went Missing From Our Public Lands Without A Trace
outsideonline.com
When 18-year-old Joe Keller vanished from a dude ranch in Colorado's Rio Grande National Forest, he joined the ranks of those missing on public land. No official tally exists, but their numbers are growing.
THE GRASS IS ALWAYS WARMER
Plants Might Have Saved Earth From Permanent Ice Age
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In the last 800,000 years, Earth has chilled and thawed its way through eight ice ages, each lasting tens of thousands of years. But why? Why didn't Earth just freeze the one time and stay that way?
ALTENATIVE REVENUE STREAMS
AFTER THE FINAL ROSE
How 'Bachelor' Contestants Cash In Once The Show Ends
nymag.com
Every contestant on ABC's 15-year-old reality TV titan enters the amorphous reality-TV-personality-slash-social-media-influencer economy, which, in 2017, is booming.
THEY ALL WORRY ABOUT MONEY
Money Lessons From A Retiree, A CEO And A Starving Artist
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You can learn something valuable from each of them.
VIDEO OF THE DAY
FLYING WITH THE FISHES
737 Gets Scarily Close To The Sea During Botched Landing
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St. Maarten's airport is famous for forcing planes to fly incredibly low over the beach adjacent to the airport to land — but not this low. The plane was forced to pull up and land later.
FROM THE DIGG STORE
Stuff That'll Make Never Leaving Your Apartment Even Better
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Butter-soft sheets, smart-home hacks and all the other things you need to hibernate the right way.
IN THE NEWS
White House Analysis Forecasts Even Greater Insurance Loss Than CBO Analysis
Rex Tillerson Allegedly Used An Alias Email To Discuss Climate Change At Exxon
Author, Modern Love Essayist Amy Krouse Rosenthal Dies At 51
US To Deploy Missile-Capable Drones Along North Korean Border
Whether your Tuesday includes snow, sleet, or sunshine, we hope it's a good one.

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