Have you heard of unpaired words? They’re words that seem like they should have a partner but don’t. For example…
From the New York Times, a beautifully photographed and moving portrait of one family’s struggle with Covid-19.
Nigel Richards just won the French National Scrabble championship without speaking a word of French.
It’s amazing how much you can learn about real aircraft by studying paper airplanes. John Collins is an accomplished aviator, at least on paper (pun intended). He’s also a great teacher. Watch him break down the art and science of paper airplanes.
This is from a small (50 subjects) but seemingly rigorous study on the mitigating effect of high doses of Vitamin D on Covid-19.
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