This PDF/guide is worth reviewing if you want to understand enough about optical networking to plan/design networks.
I was surprised to learn that wasps also pollinate. I thought they were just hateful murderbugs. I like bees because they’re prolific pollinators and (in my experience) not as prone to stinging us.
It’s worth reading this short piece to learn how important wasps are to the environment and how poorly they’ve been treated relative to bees by the scientific community.
This Nib comic does an excellent job of explaining the origin and history of hysteria. Everyone should learn this history because hysteria is an accessible and profound example of the harm patriarchy does to all of society: men, women, and children.
NASA has a cool site where you can see in real time what NASA’s Deep Space Network is up to, what spacecraft it’s communicating with and where they are.
This is an excellent comic on the current crisis of reproducibility in science, outlining the nature of the problem, aggravating factors, and what scientists are doing to address it.
Reproducibility is a foundational idea in modern science and should be a required component of secondary education.