It’s thoughty Thursday, and you know what that means. Tomorrow is Friday! You’ve made it through another week. Now it’s time to get your mental corn popping 🙂
Mary Katherine Keown reports on the little library that’s converted to a free seed distribution point for Sudbury residents. The Sudbury Star
Alex Morrs: how rebel botanists are using graffiti to name forgotten plants. The Guardian
Matthew Taub recounts the life and fiery death of the world’s largest treehouse. Atlas Obscura
Sarah Regan offers a beginner’s guide to reading palms. In case you’ve run out of yeast. Mind Body Green
SciShow Psych explores how physicists are helping neuroscientists understand the brain better.
Erika Hayasaki goes undercover with Marisol Nichols in a child predator sting. Marie Claire
Chi Luu: the linguistics of “cooties” and other weird things kids say. JSTOR Daily
Madison Feller: the youngest person to travel to every country has created your future bucket list. Elle
Murcury is so hot, it’s making ice. SciShow Space
Umair Irfan reports on the arrival of the giant Asian hornet, AKA the murder hornet, and its target is honey bees. Vox
For some perspective, Yvette Brend: “Murder Hornet” risk overblown according to BC’s top bee expert. CBC
Mattie Cook shares all the cuteness: the Miami Zoo’s meerkat pups. Totally the Bomb
Canadian photographer, Dennis Fast, captures polar bears enjoying a summertime field of flowers. The Mind Circle
Thank you for stopping by. I hope you found something to inspire your next creative project.
Until next tipsday, be well and stay safe, be kind, and stay strong. The world needs your stories.