Here’s your weekly batch of inspiration and research-y links to get your mental corn popping.
Vivid Maps presents Canada, mapped only in terms of bodies of water. Makes me unaccountably proud of our beautiful country.
Geoff Manaugh says, move over San Andreas, there’s a new, ominous fault line in town, and it’s called the Walker Lane. Wired
SciShow Space looks at how astronomers got that image of a black hole.
Angus Chen: parents learn to let their anxious kids face their fears. NPR
Think you can catch up on lost sleep over the weekend? Inverse says, nope.
Bret Stetka reveals new strategies to take on the worst cancer—glioblastoma. Scientific American
Douglas Main: why oysters close on the full moon—and more odd lunar effects on animals. National Geographic
I hope you found something to feed your creative factory 🙂
Until next tipsday, be well, be kind, and stay strong. The world needs your stories!