Friday Links!We're a little light this week, but there's still some good stuff in here.
Leading off this week, From Sirius, and these are spectacular: These Are Easily The Most Gorgeous Maps Of The Moon Ever.
From The Edwin Garcia Links machine, and this is truly magnificent: 100,000 Stars.
From Scott Gould, and this archer is just ridiculous: World's Most Amazing Archer in Slow Motion.
From Eric Higgins-Freese, and this is terrific: The Many Faces of the Greatest War.
From multiple sources, and he's quite the badass: Elon Musk: The World’s Raddest Man.
From C. Lee, and while I'm very skeptical, this could be huge: Cuba has a Lung Cancer Vaccine -- and America Wants It.
From Z. Jason Kerr, and if there's one thing you can say about North Korea, they're certainly forward-thinking in their execution methods: North Korea executes defence chief with an anti-aircraft gun - South Korea agency. That anti-aircraft gun has a range of 5 miles by the way.
From Marc Klein, and I think it's fair to ask if the NFL is actually making the game safer or if they're just conducting a giant marketing campaign: IS THE NFL'S BIG BET ON MAKING FOOTBALL SAFER WORKING?
From Joshua Buergel, and this is fascinating: Card money in New France.
From Steven Davis, and let's get started: A Backyard Roller Coaster the Whole Family Can Build.
This is a long, tremendous read: Denver’s Heroin Pizza Delivery System. Also, and I hope she makes it, it's Today, This Woman Will Row the Atlantic Alone.
Winding up, this is the "scorpion save" (hockey): Kiprusoff and the Scorpion Save.