From vintage posters to Roman ruins and
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I’m not sure how many people have reached the peak of Mt. Apo, said to be the highest mountain in the Philippines at 2,939 meters/9,639 feet above sea level and located in Mindanao. One of them is Canadian explorer Ryan Pyle, host of Expedition Asia which premieres on Discovery Channel on June 2.
Huntington's. Parkinson's. Muscular dystrophy. Lou Gehrig's. These diseases share a common cause that devastatingly robs sufferers of their energy, muscle control, and in the case of Huntington's, their sanity. But now, a group of researchers from UConn describes how a possible therapy might work.
An investigation of Twitter messages reveals new insights and tools for studying how people use stretched words, such as "duuuuude," "heyyyyy," or "noooooooo." Tyler Gray and colleagues at the University of Vermont in Burlington present these findings in the open-access journal PLOS ONE on May 27, 2020.
Casey Wasserman has been in talks to buy the Paradigm Talent Agency's music business, according to people familiar with the matter.
If I had to pick one upside of this whole pandemic/quarantine fever dream we’re all living in, it might be that Ford’s archive department is now extremely willing to dig around and find cool stuff for me to show you. One bit of this cool stuff is the original Ford Explorer, a vehicle very, very different from what you normally think of when you think “Ford Explorer,” mostly because it’s a mid-engined pickup truck with a huge pop-up batwing-like canopy.