We’re a bit short on the thoughty this week. What there is, is interesting, though. Get your mental corn popping. At least a little.
Maryn McKenna: covid will become endemic. The world must decide what that means. Wired
Nishita Jha: welcome to the jungle. On the Smithsonian’s #metoo moment. Buzzfeed
The real reason we’re all so busy (and what to do about it). Dorie Clark | TEDxBoston
The European Space Agency is opening a 50-year-old Christmas present from the moon. Phys.org
Louise Lerner: to find the very highest energy ghost particles in the universe, a new detector will soar over Antarctica. SciTech Daily
The most anticipated space missions of 2022. SciShow Space
Ayesha Rascoe: it’s not science fiction. Scientists have really made robots that reproduce. NPR
Becky Ferreira reports that cavers reach the bottom of an ancient “well of hell” for the first time. Vice
Andrew Curry reveals the immense mystery older than Stonehenge. BBC
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you took away something to inspire a future creative project.
Until next tipsday, be well and stay safe; be kind and stay strong. The world needs your stories!