Making up for last week!
Here are 13 reasons we need a change in government up here. Press Progress. And guess what? We got it (!) For better or worse. I hope for better. Really, anything’s got to be better.
Providing safe drinking water on reserves (one of numerous issues First Nations face) is simple. Just do it. The Globe and Mail.
Ken Taylor, the Canadian envoy who hid Americans during Iran Hostage Crisis, died last week. NPR.
Brainpickings has unearthed a rare BBC interview with Carl Jung.
Understanding sleep paralysis. IFLS.
The Psychiatric Times reviews the DSM-5 changes for sleep-wake disorders.
How we might cure Alzheimer’s (TED talks):
IFLS explains why you shouldn’t wear a bra. Your boobs will thank you 🙂
Eight things Michelle Coombs is too old for. The Huffington Post.
Bizarre star may suggest the existence of alien civilisations. BBC.
i09 lists five gruesome murders that inspired spooky ghost stories.
600 year old Henry V warship found in Hampshire river. The Telegraph.
Chivalry isn’t dead. You just don’t know what the fuck it is. Myths retold.
Doctors take women’s pain less seriously. The Atlantic.
Jennifer Lawrence speaks out on wage inequality in Hollywood. Salon.
A male engineering student explains why his female colleagues aren’t his equals. Click-bait title for a fair and thoughtful post. The Huffington Post.
Meg Urry writes about ending sexual harassment in astronomy. We need to do this across not only STEM fields, but all fields. Seriously people. Scientific American.
How California’s largest school district blamed an eighth-grader for her rape. This one made me swear. Copiously. The Atlantic.
Nobody cares how hard you work. 99u.
Ravens can tell if you’re a cheater who can’t be trusted. Corvus corvus rocks my world 🙂 IFLS.
Twin pandas were born last week at the Toronto Metro Zoo. IFLS.
Here’s a Red Panda and a pumpkin 🙂
I hope this will hold you until Saturday when I’ll be sharing my thoughts on the fall season television shows (what I’ve seen so far, at least).
Hang in there. Tomorrow’s Friday.
Now, hie thee to a thoughtery!