It’s the usual mixed bag, this Thursday. I hope you find something here to inspire your next creative project.
Nina Munteanu shares five perspectives on humanity’s relationship to our forests.
Maya Wei-Haas: mysterious waves have been pulsing across Oklahoma. National Geographic
Matthew Green introduces us to three young women racing to defuse a carbon bomb in the arctic: the climate hunters. Reuters
Stephen Kinzer recounts the secret history of Fort Dietrick, the CIA’s base for mind control experiments. Politico
Sarah Harvey suggests trying Japan’s Kaizen method to cure insomnia and sleep anxiety. Stylist
Dr. Becky considers the engraved hourglass nebula.
Veritasium looks at the Planet 9 hypothesis.
And PBS Space Time weighs the possibilities for terraforming Mars.
Dave Linkletter reveals the ten toughest math problems ever solved. Popular Mechanics
Finally, SciShow introduces us to a snail that makes its own armour (!)
Sara Barnes shows how a natural phenomenon transforms Christian Spenser’s hummingbird photographs into rainbows. My Modern Met
Thanks for stopping by and popping your mental corn with me.
Until next tipsday, be well, be kind, and stay strong. The world needs your stories!