We’re heading toward the end of another week. Get ready for the weekend by getting your mental corn popping. Or just entertain yourself. There’s never any pressure with thoughty Thursday 🙂
May first was Beltane. Claire Schofield explains when the Gaelic May Day festival is, blessings, rituals, and pagan origins. The Scotsman
Rosie Flanagan considers the impossible architecture of dreams. gestalten
How science is trying to understand consciousness. SciShow
Cynthia Gorney reveals the funky science of yeast, the gassy microbe behind your bread. National Geographic
Laura Regensdorf interviews Jessica Meir about returning home to a completely different planet. Vanity Fair
Carol Off interviews David George Haskell, who says trees have their own songs. CBC, “As It Happens”
Dave Deibert reports on the first bison calf born on Wanuskewin land since 1876. Saskatoon StarPhoenix
I’m just a wee bit sceptical about this one, but TimeOut claims that animals are reclaiming cities now that humans are staying inside more.
Karen McVeigh: silence is golden for whales as lockdown reduces ocean noise. The Guardian
True facts about killer surfing snails. Ze Frank
Lydia Schrandt lists ten wild animal cams that will take you on safari. USA Today 10 Best
Michael Waters explains why your pet is acting like a weirdo now that you’re working from home. Vox
Kermit – The Rainbow Connection. The Muppets
Thanks for stopping by and a hope that you’ve taken away something to inspire your next creative project, even if it’s in the percolation stage. Percolation is important.
Until next Tipsday, be well and stay safe, be kind, and stay strong. The world needs your stories.
One thought on “Thoughty Thursday: Things that made me go hmmmm on the interwebz, April 26-May 2, 2020”
Hi Melanie, after all the years I’ve been following you the first time I have to write to you about is Goats. They., or rather their ancestors were given as a gift to Queen Victoria.They are not a domestic bunch and run quite wild on the Great Orme except that one is chosen every few years to provide a mascot for the Royal Welch Fusiliers.The odd one might venture down and pinch a few flowers but the town has never been quiet enough to see them in these numbers.
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