It’s time to get your mental corn popping!
Leonard Sumner: I know you’re sorry. CBC
Ivan Semeniuk charts Canada’s troubled waters. The Globe and Mail
Douglas Fox: Antarctica is melting and giant ice cracks are just the start. National Geographic
Simon Lock explains the new theory of how the moon formed. Scientific American
ASAP Science wonders if binge watching is good for you …
Ryan Kost covers one family’s experience with their transgender child: finding himself. An excellent and honest portrayal. The San Francisco Chronicle
Kerri Anne Renzulli looks at how different generations view youth and age. Money
Clementine Morrigan shares three thoughts on emotional labour. Guts Magazine
Kerin Higa interviews Michael Gazzaniga on his split brain research and what he’s discovered. NPR
Timothy Morton is the philosopher prophet of the Anthropocene. Alex Blasdel for The Guardian.
An Aztec temple emerges in the heart of Mexico City. The New York Times
Archaeologists in northern Iceland discover Viking age chief buried in his ship with his sword and his dog. (That’s how this shield maiden would like to go …) Iceland Magazine
Veterinary technician Kelsey Beth Carpenter lists five things you should know before euthanizing your dog (number one is it’s okay to cry). Pup Journal
Sad and Useless (but so darned cute) presents first world cat problems.
Be well until next Tipsday. I’m off to CanWrite! For the weekend and due to my volunteer obligations, I will not be blogging.
Have a great weekend, all!