Happy Friday eve! Let’s get your mental corn popping so you can make it through to the weekend 🙂
Valerie Valdes turned her twitter stream into a post because we need to hear this message. And it’s not just for millennials. It applies to everyone: smart kids eventually grow up. A Candle in Sunshine
Andrew Zalesky wonders, is there any truth to anti-aging schemes? Popular Science
ASAP Science: Can loneliness kill you?
Inverse: Your brain on kittens with Shannon Odell.
SciShow Psych: Are there “male” and “female” brains?
Samanth Subramanian: the world’s top art-forgery detective explains how to spot a perfect fake. The Guardian
Sarah Scoles reports on how NASA is learning the best way to grow food in space. Popular Science
Seán Doran: Gorganum Chaos (there’s also gorganum chaos 2, if you’re interested)
Peter Gwin: the horses that changed history. The Wall Street Journal (yes, really)
Lia Eustachewich: how Koko forever changed the way we think about gorillas. It’s heartbreaking that this compassionate and independent spirit is gone. The New York Post
Ze Frank’s True Facts: The Fruit Bat. This may be an old one, but it’s still hilarious.
Florence + the Machine – Big God
I hope you enjoyed your edutainment for the week, and possibly got some inspiration for your work-in-progress.
Until next Tipsday, be well, be kind, and stay strong. The world needs your stories.