Here’s your first batch of inspiration, research, and learning links for April.
Beth Gardiner reveals how the car industry hid the truth about diesel emissions. The Guardian
Michael Greshko: how a change in out diets may have altered the way we speak. National Geographic
SciShow News covers the cannonball pulsar and antibacterial metal.
Emily Underwood is listening to ketamine. Knowable
Eda Yu says, social media is ruining our memories. Vice
More SciShow News: neurogenesis may continue into your 80s and the mechanism of hallucinations.
Doug Bock Clark tells the harrowing tale of the underground railroad of North Korea. GQ
Douglas Preston reports on Robert DePalma’s discovery of evidence for the event that caused the extinction of the dinosaurs. The New Yorker
This is the kind of behaviour we have to put up with in Torvi:
I hope at least one of these offerings got your mental corn popping, by which I mean, got those creative ideas ping-ponging around in your head.
This weekend, I’ll be writing up my next chapter update for March.
Until then, my friends, be well 🙂