January 19, 2021

Here’s why commercial flights follow the same overcrowded path while crossing the Atlantic Ocean

On an average summer night, around 1,500 flights traverse the Atlantic from the United States to Europe, and almost all take this one route...

January 17, 2021

January 6, 2021

On today’s appalling events in Washington, D.C.

Friends, the appalling events in Washington DC today are a disturbing sign of a breakdown in our democratic system and compel us to a national examination of conscience regarding the civic life of this country...

January 3, 2021

Learn this 5-minute hack to dramatically boost the water pressure in your shower

This simple trick makes one of life’s simple pleasures even better...

December 29, 2020

The strange history of the Ghent Altarpiece, the most stolen painting in the world

Throughout six centuries, the Ghent Altarpiece, also called “The Adoration of the Mystic Lamb,” has been burned, forged, and raided in three different wars. It is, in fact, the world’s most stolen artwork, and is considered one of the most influential paintings ever made. What exactly makes the piece so special? Noah Charney digs into Jan van Eyck’s masterpiece.

Here are the world’s most restricted airspaces that you’ll never fly over

Courtesy of RealLifeLore...

December 1, 2020

When a professional musician sits down at a public piano

Henri Herbert plays “Gettin’ On Down.” This is a clip from Street Pianos: Instrument of Change, a documentary about street pianos...

November 30, 2020

Forget Becciu, Boff and Sachs — the Vatican should just hire this 8-year-old economic genius instead...

Kyren Gibson teaches his son Kyng all about finance and how “not to be a sucker with his money.”

November 29, 2020

Pope Francis and newly-created cardinals pay visit to Benedict XVI