It’s a small but mixed bag of thoughty, this week.
So a couple of months ago, Grownups Read Things They Wrote as Kids came to Sudbury. It’s absolutely hilarious.
The Decolonial Atlas covers the Great Lakes from the Ojibwe perspective.
No one is stopping Tomson Highway from having a happy Canada Day. Brent Bambury’s Day 6 on CBC.
Nature’s fireworks. It’s okay to be smart
Kathryn Nave looks inside the startup that wants to mine asteroids and transform space travel forever. Wired
Zaria Gorvett: the massive volcano scientists can’t find (after 700 years). BBC
Sarah Kessler says we’ve been worrying about the end of work for 500 years. Quartz
Brigit Katz reports on the Chicago library seeking help transcribing magical manuscripts. Smithsonian Magazine
Brian Resnick explains the weird power of the placebo effect. Vox
Awareness Act lists 15 habits of people with concealed depression.
Shayla Love: how do you treat a dog with OCD? BBC
Popping the mental corn, it’s what thoughty Thursday’s all about 🙂
Be well until the weekend!