Happy Friday eve! It’s time to get your mental corn popping to see you through to the weekend.
Philip Moscovitch believes that people with mental illness don’t need more talk. While this is a year old, the message bears repeating. Bell Let’s Talk days is great, but what about the other 364 days of the year? And what about actual change? The Globe and Mail
Jorge Barrera reports that the Robinson-Huron Treaty First Nations demand that Ottawa and Ontario cease land claim talks that affect their rights. CBC
Zöe Ettinger introduces us to 20 inspiring black women making history in 2020. Insider
Max Read presents five theories about conspiracy theories. Intelligencer
James Urquhart reveals how yarn made from human skin can be knit into your body. New Scientist
Mary Robinette Kowal: Christina Koch lands on Earth and crosses a threshold for women in space. The New York Times
Rebecca Hill introduces us to the outer space sailing captain. Ozy
Nadia Drake says, the sun is still a burning mystery, but that may be about to change. National Geographic
Are there infinite versions of you? (Mind bendy stuff) PBS Space time
Kristine Mitchell presents the Golden Ratio Colouring Book. My Modern Met
Mayukh Saha: photographer captures the beauty of looking up at trees. Truth Theory
Nina Pullano: first squid MRI study shows brain complexity similar to dogs. Inverse
True facts about the skeleton shrimp. Ze Frank
Thank you for visiting, and I hope you’re taking away something to inspire your next creative project.
Until next tipsday, be well, be kind, and stay strong. The world needs your stories.