You’ve made it this far through the week. Reward yourself. Get your mental corn popping!
Jennifer Walter explains that, to our brains, it doesn’t matter whether we read or listen. Discover
Gregory Barber: what science fiction can teach computer science about ethics. Wired
SciShow explains how projects for living on Mars can improve life on Earth (from climate change to affordable and recyclable homes).
Deborah Netburn shows you how the world can cut food waste in half. LA Times
Jeff Goodell wonders, can we survive extreme heat? Rolling Stone
Nithin Coca: as the Amazon burns, Indonesia shows the world how to fight forest fires. Ozy
Caroline Riseboro: why we’re losing ground in the fight for gender equality. TEDXDonMills
Dan Nosowitz says, respect the hammock, one of humanity’s greatest creations. Atlas Obscura
Michael Greshko explains how this “unprecedented” skull reveals the face of a human ancestor. National Geographic
Dr. Becky explains the proof of dark matter’s existence.
SciShow Space considers the propulsive potential of the Hall Thruster.
Then, SciShow Space news announces the collision of a black hole and a neutron star detected by LIGO and VIRGO plus, progress on the Europa Clipper mission.
Emma Taggart shows us artistically arranged time slice photos that display the stages of a total solar eclipse. My Modern Met
M.R. O’Connor experiences a day in the life of a tree. The New Yorker
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you found some inspiration to feed into your current of next creative project.
Until next tipsday, be well, be kind, and stay strong. The world needs your stories.