Another fair number of videos in this week’s gathering of thoughty. I hope it gets your mental corn popping!
Troy Farah steps inside the push to legalize magic mushrooms to treat depression and PTSD. Wired
Sarita Robinson examines the profound effects isolation has on the human mind and body. Science Alert
Veritasium investigates the effects of negative ions. I still like my salt lamps. They’re pretty.
Hayden Field of Entrepreneur produced a three-part video series about mental health and entrepreneurship featuring Gabriela Pereira and Michael Phelps (among others). Here’s part 1, part 2, and part 3.
SciShow reveals the real reason it’s so hard to lose weight. This is why I don’t try to lose weight by dieting. I still experience difficulties, but I try not to change my eating behaviours as a way of overcoming a plateau.
Matt Richtel shows you how to be creative. The New York Times
Ephrat Livni shares Thich Nhat Hanh’s tips for mindful walking—without looking like a weirdo. Quartz
It’s Okay to be Smart – How can we tell if there’s life on other planets? We look at Earth.
SciShow Space looks at the evidence for a new theory about how the universe will end: the big rip.
Catherine Zuckerman reveals the hidden world of microscopic life through Jannicke Wiik-Nielsen’s extraordinary photography. ‘Cause microscopy is cool. National Geographic
Phil and I have decided that Torvi has a lot of husky in her … (i.e., T exhibits a lot of these behaviours.)
Thanks for stopping by for a little edutainment!
Until next tipsday, be well, be kind, and stay strong. The world needs your stories!