Jesse’s mom passed away before Ada ever got the chance to meet her. But is there a chance to meet her in a Frank Sinatra lullaby or new family tradition?
Awaiting test results, Emily contemplates her life with or without cancer, and her lives with or without cancer in other parts of the multiverse.
In this simulation, 7 year-old Lucas Stone poses a wild but feasible question about human cloning. The question is genius, the artwork? Questionable.
Will Hunting isn’t the only misguided mathematician with a Hollywood story. Meet Evariste Galois, the OG of algebra. Real duels, real guns, real murder.
In which the author learns how stupid it is to try and outrace a derecho on a bike.
Ah, little Jesse Stone had some big dreams. And, you know what? So did medium and big Jesse Stone. What do YOU want to be when you grow up?
Much has changed since Shel Silverstein published “Where the Sidewalk Ends” in 1974. Notably, well, the internet. A modern adaptation for the wired days.
Einstein vs. Newton. A Hamilton-inspired rap battle to determine who is the undisputed king in the physics battle royale.
The last thoughts and despondent inner monologue of a lobster on the verge of being boiled. Contemplating existence never tasted so buttery and rich.