It’s quality over quantity this week.
Charles Foran wonders if Canada is the world’s first post-national country. The Guardian
Wab Kinew: there is room in our circle for Joseph Boyden. The Globe and Mail
Matt Ayton asks, why don’t we stand with Turkey like we did with Orlando and Paris? The Independent
William Deresiewicz: how to learn how to think. Farnham Street
Medievalists.net explores the sleeping habits of the Middle Ages.
Jo Marchant digs into this 3,500 year old Mycenae tomb and how it changes what we know about history. The Smithsonian Magazine
George Dvorsky reports on the discovery of a stunning new type of galaxy. Gizmodo
Maddie Stone shares the most detailed view of black holes in the universe. Gizmodo
Lauren Jarvis-Gibson lists eleven things people don’t realize you do because of your anxiety. Thought Catalog
On the Hearty Soul: how complaining rewires your brain to be anxious and depressed.
Daily Health Records lists fifteen things you’ll notice when you’re in the presence of an empath.
Here’s hoping something got your mental corn popping 🙂
On Saturday, I return to WorldCon 2016 reporting.
Be well until then!