Welcome to the 37th volume of WizeWorld, our weekly collection of handpicked stories and sounds to help bolster your sense of wizdom and curiosity. This week we’re taking a look at the development and creation of that which we didn't think was possible.
- How to excessive energy drinks can lead to heart failure.
- An interview with snowboarder, Truth Smith.
- A grooving retro mix that borrows from an array of instruments.
- Spain's landmark decision on animal rights.
The BBC delivers an expose on how one student's reliance on energy drinks led to his development of heart failure.
Snowboarder, Truth Smith sits down for an interview detailing his ambitions to expand his borders, exposure and talents.
From artist, ROLLOVERMILANO, comes a groovy mix with 80s sensibilities that leans heavily on percussive rhythms and a piano backbone.
A new law passed in Spain that decrees dogs, cats and other domesticated animals are "living beings" with "feelings" and will thereby by recognized along the same lines as their human counterparts as it pertains to custody disputes and inheritances.
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