#Die Young

“dead” Galaxies Mysteriously Ran Out Of Fuel To Make Stars In The Early Universe - Scitechdaily

“Dead” Galaxies Mysteriously Ran Out of Fuel To Make Stars in the Early Universe SciTechDailyThe Webb Space Telescope is 100x as powerful as the Hubble. It will change astronomy. Vox.comHubble discovers 6 massive, dead galaxies from early universe Yahoo NewsHubble Has Captured The Startling 'Eye' of a Massive Stellar Explosion ScienceAlertUnveiling galaxies at cosmic dawn that were hiding behind the dust Phys.orgView Full Coverage on Google News.

Book Review: ‘Destined to Die Young’

The premise of Destined to Die Young is as its title explains. Elvis Presley’s family medical history made his early demise almost a certainty. No, says author Sally A. Hoedel, a lifelong Elvis fan, historian and journalist, Elvis Presley did not die a drug addict; he died a very sick man.

If He Will: The Profound & Affecting Art of Hardcore’s “Universal Man” Daniel Austin

Renaissance man, also called Universal Man, Italian Uomo Universale, an ideal that developed in Renaissance Italy from the notion expressed by one of its most-accomplished representatives, Leon Battista Alberti (1404–72), that “a man can do all things if he will.” The ideal embodied the basic tenets of Renaissance humanism, which considered man the centre of the universe, limitless in his capacities for development, and led to the notion that men should try to embrace all knowledge and develop their own capacities as fully as possible. — Encyclopedia Britannica.