I’ll start you off with a couple of northern pieces:
Disturbing local news: Body found in Junction Creek. Just to let you know, this kind of thing doesn’t happen up here in Sudbury a lot. The Northern Life.
The Rematriate campaign takes aim at cultural appropriation. The Northern Journal.
The May 4th full moon was in Scorpio. What this might mean (for those who entertain astrology): go big, or go home. Can I go big at home? Elephant Journal.
People who swear are happier, healthier, and, Distracify argues, hotter. Fuck that 😉
What’s a yoga body? These 21 images will help you redefine what that means. Lots of Yoga.
The science of red heads. IFLS.
Could we clone ourselves? It’s okay to be smart.
In this TED Talk, Tal Danino explains how he’s training bacteria to detect and fight cancer (awesome!).
If this Kickstarter is successful, we could all write like Albert Einstein 🙂
Astronomers reveal the most distant galaxy they’ve seen (so far). Wired.
Here’s how we’ll terraform Mars. Popular Mechanics.
Cancun’s underwater museum can only be visited with SCUBA gear. The Business Insider.
Stunning images of deep sea creatures captured off the coast of Puerto Rico. Epoch Inspired.
Kid President’s 20 things we should say more often. I love this kid 😀
Pure fun. Lindsey Stirling and Josh Groban sing “Pure Imagination” with . . . THE MUPPETS!
I’ll be back on Saturday with more Ad Astra 2015 reportage.
2 thoughts on “Thoughty Thursday: Things that made me go hmmmm on the interwebz, May 3-9, 2015”
Oh I do hope the one about treatment of cancer is true.
xxx Massive Hugs xxx
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When I saw that TED talk, I was reminded of “phage therapy” in which bacteria are trained to attack resistant viruses. I think it’s a cool idea and, like you, I hope it works.
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