It's got Die Hard slightly wrong--3 should be higher, 2 lower--but for the rest--at least the ones I've seen--it is pretty accurate.
FYI. (9-minute video.)
Scary Pockets featuring Sara Niemietz. (Link courtesy of Michael G.)
I'm With Her and Billy Strings.
"If you've ever walked into a room, then completely forgotten what you went in there for, you've experienced what's known as the doorway effect: it's almost as if the mind blanks itself as you change location, ready for some fresh experience or input."
"Despite claims of a new age of ‘precision cosmology’, the origin of the universe remains a mystery. Confronting cosmic fine-tuning and the multiverse scientifically might help solve it, writes Geraint F. Lewis."
Economists rank ninth.
Doubtful but interesting:
I realized that one reason people cling to false beliefs is because self-deception can sometimes be functional—it enables us to accomplish useful social, psychological, or biological goals. Holding false beliefs is not always the mark of idiocy, pathology, or villainy.
John Hinderaker discusses what's happened with some of those super-great Proterra electric buses.