A nice variety this week.
Sudbury’s Health Sciences North put boots on the ground to help the people of Attawapiskat. Carol Mulligan for The Sudbury Star.
Laurentian University is now requiring all arts students to take Indigenous Studies courses. Kudos! CBC.
Morris Davis says he’s fine if goldfish have more patience than Millennials 😉 Ontuitive.
How Mark Zuckerberg led Facebook’s war to crush Google Plus. Vanity Fair.
Portland now generates electricity from turbines installed in city water pipes. Rafi Schwartz for Good.
Phil Plait shares footage of the latest SpaceX landing—from the Falcon 9’s perspective 🙂 Slate.
Here’s how the government on Mars will work, according to Elon Musk. Kurt Wagner for Recode.
I just—I can’t even. Apparently Texas representative Louis Gohmert wants to save us from same sex space colonies . . . ? Phil Plait, getting wacky for Slate.
When everyone got the vote. This is Finland.
For the women with balls who do give a fuck. Kate Rose for Elephant Journal.
Research reveals that a three day work week might be better for people over 40. I hope this research gets confirmed, pronto. Simplemost.
Lolly Daskal lists eight tiny habits that will make you happier. Inc.
A neuroscientist points out a benefit to exercise that’s rarely discussed. Quartz.
This is creepy-weird: there’s a mental illness called walking corpse syndrome that makes people think they’re dead. Medical Daily.
King Tut had a knife made from a meteorite. Slate.
Marian Evans explores Rosslyn Chapel’s ancient bee sanctuary. Bee-loved.
And that was your thoughty for this week.