Oh noes! I’ve rediscovered YouTube and the videos have invaded . . .
Canada is named the second best country in the world. How Canadian 🙂 We’re excited about coming in second. Global News.
Some of our new Syrian friends enjoying tobogganing for the first time:
Peter Denton wonders, where have all the readers gone? The Globe and Mail.
Dear parents: Everything you want to know about your son or daughter’s university, but don’t. Michael Enright interviews Ron Srigley for The Sunday Edition on CBC.
Education is performance art. Penn & Teller share their thoughts in The Atlantic.
When Trent Hamm thinks of the times he’s been the happiest, he notices two common threads. The Business Insider.
The powerful benefit of exercise that’s rarely discussed. Guess I’d better get my ass in gear. Quartz.
Cyndi Roberts of The Elephant Journal shares seven steps to easing anxiety without a pill.
Anna Lovind finds her own way to divine guidance 😉
Watching a water bubble freeze (in Finland):
Space-X attempted another booster landing last Sunday. And then this happened. Phil Plait, Bad Astronomer, for Slate.
That weird star with the Jupiter-sized planet and the suspected . . . something else orbiting it? Well the more they learn about it the stranger things get. Slate.
A constellation has been named for David Bowie (though it’s not officially recognized yet). IFLS.
Phil Plait features this alignment on his Bad Astronomy column too. Slate.
xkcd charts possible undiscovered planets.
Rick Mercer’s rant on anonymous comments:
Gypsy Vanner horses:
Ms Mr performs “Reckless.”
And that was your week’s edutainment.
Hope you enjoyed it.
See you on Saturday for more CanCon 2015 reportage.