Scientists and billionaires want to discover how to live forever. But what would be the cost of eternal life?
Phthalates are becoming a problem in a huge industry that relies on, well, hugeness.
You can read more about this awful situation at https://news.sky.com/story/human-penises-are-shrinking-because-of-pollution-warns-scientist-12255106
There is a land of the living and a land of the dead and the bridge is…. Whoops. The cats are channeling Thornton Wilder. What they meant to say is that there are two worlds: the rational, and the not-so-rational, the latter being where most of us spend most of our time.
Studies show that book readers live longer.
This comic is based on a study about reading and longevity. You can read about the study here. Some of the dialog in the comic comes from the article.
With the wildly differing views of reality held by people, one has to wonder if one of the most interesting and controversial theories in physics may actually be true.
Curiosity is the force behind new knowledge, invention, and change. Throughout much of history curiosity has been discouraged.
Albert Einstein is sometimes credited with quotes about compound interest that he didn’t make. I thought I’d have fun with some other fictitious quotes.
Paying attention and noticing things can be exhausting as the brain needs a lot of energy.
Perhaps this is the virus we need?
I created this comic well before the coronavirus but it seems somewhat appropriate now.