Welcome to the return of thoughty Thursday (post-NaNo 2022)! It’s time to get your mental corn popping.
Matthew Wills reveals the origins of child protection. JSTOR Daily
Livia Gershon wonders what fundamentalism is. JSTOR Daily
Alexis Wright considers the inward migration in apocalyptic times. Emergence Magazine
Find your dark why. Struthless
Clémentine Pirlot takes you inside the autistic experience. Code Like a Girl
Elana Spivak: nightmares have plagued humans for millennia—have we finally learned how to tame them? InVerse
The unexpected measure that makes the modern world tick. Be Smart
Nergis Fertina reports that a small tweak to genes may finally enable us to regrow cartilage. Interesting Engineering
Dyani Lewis: ancient skull found in China could be million-year-old homo erectus. Nature
How do you find the Moon’s best picnic spot? SciShow Space
Will Dunham reports that scientists build “baby” wormhole as science fiction moves closer to fact. Reuters
Amelia Soth: Cairo’s Zabbaleen and the secret life of trash. JSTOR Daily
Thank you for visiting, and 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!