It’s time to get your mental corn popping 🙂
Sabrina Imbler covers the forgotten trans history of the wild west for Atlas Obscura.
Nicole Cliffe interviews Alanis Morissette on being pregnant at 45, childbirth, post-partum depression, and #metoo. You might be surprised, but I like Alanis Morissette. I’ve been a fan since she was on “You can’t do that on television.” I’ve only really liked her music since Jagged Little Pill, but, ya know, I was never into the pop princesses. And Alanis wasn’t either. She didn’t want to follow that path. I’m glad she didn’t. Self
SciShow Psych explores whether you can learn emotional intelligence.
Kris Newby recounts one family’s journey to a diagnosis of Lyme disease. It felt like the flu. It took ten doctors, a year, and $60,000 to find out the truth. Vox
It’s okay to be smart looks at what it takes to create a world-sized telescope to see a black hole.
This is just something cool: ceramic skulls for your fire pit or fireplace. Can You Actually
Michael Greshko reports that these capuchin monkeys are 3,000 years into their own “stone age.” National Geographic
The White Wolf Pack shares a sweet video of raven courtship. Have I ever told you that corvids rock my world?
Haley Weiss: dogs’ eyes have changed since humans befriended them. It might be argued that dogs domesticated us 😉 The Atlantic
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