Wednesday Wanderings: Time Crystals, Jupiter, Boston Light Turns 300, and Well, You’ll See

There’s a fair bit in here that I don’t understand fully, because, well, physics is hard. But it’s an interesting idea and it proves there is still a lot to learn out there:

Time Crystals

Here are images of Jupiter’s North and South poles taken by the Juno spacecraft:

Jupiter’s Poles

America’s first lighthouse turns 300:

Boston Light

I’m just going to leave this link here and let you find out for yourself:

Time Sink

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