The World’s Best Ever picked up this great photo series by Michael Wolf. Titled Tokyo Compression, it shows snapshots of passengers captured at Tokyo’s subway stations at rush hour. If you’re claustrophobic, don’t look at these.
We don’t have the timing of this precisely down. It will be, um, a year or so, but sometime in the not too distant future 2015 for the love of god. In fact, Paul and I will be wrapping things up and taking a hike.
Television won’t be the same without you Dave. Thanks for everything.
— Letterman (@Letterman) April 3, 2014
The Colorado River has been dammed (you could say “damned”) so many times that it no longer runs all the way to the ocean. It’s like a beat-up marathon runner who’s collapsed before the finish line.
The good news: It’s fixable. But not everyone agrees on how we should do that. Like Will Ferrell and Robert Redford. Their debate is getting a little nasty — and a lot of funny.
Original by RaiseTheRiver.org and MoveTheOcean.org. To learn more about the not-so-funny story of the Colorado River Delta, see the film “Watershed,” which was produced by the Redford Center and narrated by Robert Redford. And for a reliable source of laughs and the occasional drop of wisdom, Like Will Ferrell on Facebook.
NASA has found a subterranean ocean in Enceladus, "a large underground ocean of liquid water." According to the space agency, this may be a potential home to extraterrestrial life. Enceladus was out of the list of potential life harbors in the solar system until now, the other major candidates being Titan and Europa.