I have a feeling that this week might be more along the lines of entertaining rather than thoughty, but we can’t be serious all the time, right?
So have some fun 🙂
Three images that will change the way you think about mental illness. Engage. I like the cartoon myself.
ASAP Science explores the science of depression. Love these videos.
ASAP Science mentioned Laurel Braitman in their wee video, so when I saw Laurel’s TED talk on animal madness, I had to share. She’s quite entertaining. I think she might also have a little stage fright.
Fond of meteor disaster movies like Armageddon? Well, this graphic shows the comparative size of the comet the Rosetta has been sent after. Just to put things in perspective. IFLS.
All right. This oceanic worm is a little creepy, but it’s also pretty cool. IFLS.
Take a look at this transparent solar concentrator. IFLS.
David Brin talks Next Technologies on his blog, Contrary Brin. Lots of linkage.
Captain America and the Hulk, explained by science (kind of). Polygon.
Kid President’s pep talk for teachers and students. Find your awesome.
A young goat is introduced to a litter of puppies. The San Francisco Globe. OMG cute 🙂
P!nk and John Legend in Herbie Hancock’s arrangement of Don’t Give Up. Teh beautiful.
Walk off the Earth covers Am I wrong? by Nico & Vinz.
Time explores the other roles the 12 Doctors have played over the years.
The Nerdist’s Alicia Lutes wonders why actors in fantasy and science fiction series get the Emmy snub.
So . . . were you edutained? Let me know.
See you Saturday with the next instalment of WWC 2014, and a Caturday quickie about the week’s developments. Things are looking up 😉