And … this will be the last thought Thursday until December 9th! Get your mental corn popping 🙂
The media and the missing; ‘Missing White Woman Syndrome’ explained | Khadija Mbowe
Tanya Talaga reveals that Canada has not truly released all residential school records. The Globe and Mail
Martha Troian: a Cree family’s canoe is returned, after sitting in a University of Saskatchewan storage room for years. Maclean’s
Haley Ott reports that UK women are being drugged by needles in nightclubs. It’s the evolution of the roofie, folks. CBS News
Mari Yamaguchi: Japan’s Princess Mako relinquishes royal status to marry commoner. Associated Press
Public Health Sudbury and District issues covid-19 order as region becomes a hot spot. And we were doing so well … CBC
Sarah Larson reveals Brené Brown’s empire of emotion. The New Yorker
Dopamine isn’t just a happy chemical. SciShow Psych
William Deresiewicz: human history gets a rewrite. The Atlantic
Ben Turner: scientists capture images of bizarre “electron ice” for the first time. Space.com
Tariq Malik reports that the Sun fires off major solar flare from Earth-facing sunspot. Space.com
An alternative to dark matter? SciShow Space
Jackie Wattles reveals that the alarm that went off on SpaceX’s all-tourist spaceflight was … the toilet. Toilet humour in SPACE #FTW! CNN
Olivia Box explains why the belowground ecosystem matters. JSTOR Daily
Suzanne Simard, author of Finding the Mother Tree, heads up The Mother Tree Project.
Kelli Bender reports on very good doggo Bear, who saved koalas during the Australian wildfires, and was honoured with an award. People
Mary Jo DiLonardo announces that dozens of bison released on Sioux tribal lands in South Dakota. Treehugger
Squil-le-he-le Raynell Morris and Tah-Mahs Ellie Kinley: one stolen whale, the web of life, and our collective healing. Grist
Thank you for taking the time to visit, and I hope you took away something to inspire a future creative project.
I’ll pop in on the weekend for my first mini-update.
Until then, be well and stay safe; be kind and stay strong. The world needs your stories.