Thoughty Thursday has rallied this week 🙂
Two grade eight students explain why parents’ objections to the new Ontario sex-ed program are bogus. LOVE these girls! The Huffington Post.
The sad truth about college and getting a job. Will you think less of me if I say that this was my exact experience? Tickld.
Andrew Solomon speaks on the subject of depression: the secret we share. “The opposite of depression is not happiness, but vitality.” TED Talks.
How to brainstorm with introverts. TED blog.
I love this documentary (Embrace) and the movement behind it. Meet Taryn Brumfitt and the Body Image Movement.
Breathing is the key to falling asleep in under a minute. Higher Perspectives.
Watch this melanoma video, and then share it, for yourself, or someone you love. I’ve had malignant melanoma and I have the scar to prove it. Wear sunscreen and watch your moles! In all love.
The Paris Review presents a brief history of spacefarers.
The Washington Post’s Sarah Kaplan asks, could a trip to Mars fry astronauts’ brains?
I wasn’t sure where to put this! Mathematical modelling provides insight into the origins and evolution of folk tales. Seriously. Is this Writerly Goodness, or Thoughty stuff? Phys.org.
How America’s first female Pinkerton detective helped to foil an assassination plot. i09’s True Crime.
Look at these pictures of the ten most beautiful places to visit in Ireland. Irish Central.
And, just for some balance, here are 30 pictures that prove northeastern Ontario is the most beautiful place in the world.
The Huffington Post offers these pictures of America’s most stunning waterfalls.
Come back on Saturday for my next post of Ad Astra session notes and as I’m helping to organize a workshop for Jane Ann McLachlan on Sunday, I’ll probably report on that, too!