Your body is made up of trillions of cells. When those cells die, your body creates new cells to replace old and damaged ones. Sometimes, though, that isn’t what happens. Abnormal or damaged cells can grow and multiply to form tumors. Those tumors can be cancerous or not cancerous. Cancerous…

About 100,825,272,791 people have died over the course of human history. This is how data editor Mona Chalabi decided to answer a reader’s question of what the demographics of heaven would be ”assuming that all who expire are promoted to a peaceful afterlife.” Chalabi didn’t include a breakdown along current…

The concept of faultlines is typically associated with geography. A faultline occurs when there is a fracture or break in the ground that causes great shifts, often resulting in earthquakes, which of course, have the potential to cause great destruction. The same can be applied to teams. Both in group…

She wasn’t a lone actor. She was a Connector. She was Badass

Rosa Parks wasn’t a physically tired, old Black seamstress who wouldn’t give up her bus seat to a white man. Rosa Parks was 42 years old and a pillar of Montgomery, Alabama society at the time of her arrest in 1955. When she broke the bus segregation laws, her contacts…

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