Get your mental corn popping with some thoughty this Thursday.
Gloria Hillard reports on how abused wolves and troubled teens find solace in each other. NPR
Kelly McGonigal: how to make stress your friend. TED Talks 2013 (yes, it’s old, but it’s good)
Aida Edemariam delves into Roxane Gay and her philosophy: “Public discourse rarely allows for nuance. And see where that’s gotten us.” The Guardian
Mark Lorch: the periodic tables we almost had. Quartz
Neel V. Patel introduces us to Farout, the newest, most distant member of our solar system. Popular Science
SciShow Space considers why it’s so hard to land on Mars.
And then, they compile several of their videos to tell you everything your need to know to live on Mars.
Michael Greshko wonders, now that China’s landed on the far side of the moon, what’s next? National Geographic
The “snowman” shape of Ultima Thule is revealed by NASA’s New Horizons. Jonathan Amos for the BBC.
Thanks for visiting. I hope you found something inspiring in the mix.
Until next tipsday, be well, be kind, and stay strong. The world needs your stories, my friends!
Aaaannnd, we’re back 🙂
This is cool: National Park passes will be free in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday 🙂 The Edmonton Journal.
And this is weird: Dr. Michael Persinger has been banned from teaching the Introduction to Psychology course. CBC.
Linda Carroll is a life coach who has panic attacks. Here’s what she wishes more people knew. Body Mind Green.
Fifteen things you should know about people who have concealed anxiety. Thought Catalog.
Sleeping with weighted blankets helps insomnia and anxiety. Life Hack.
Is depression a kind of allergic reaction? Caroline Williams for The Guardian.
How to help someone with depression. Ink and Feet.
Clara Hughes opens up about Olympic success and her struggle with depression. CBC.
Some antidepressants cause weight gain, and not a little weight, either. Read this article about Amy Willans’ battle against hunger and fat shaming. The Globe and Mail.
Former neurosurgeon (and writer friend), Swati Chavda, shares her experience with burnout.
They say you have to get out of your comfort zone. Here’s why: Sixteen uncomfortable feelings that mean you’re on the right path. The Unbounded Spirit.
The myth of learning styles persists (and is still being taught). Quartz.
Neanderthal DNA helps resist disease, but gives you allergies. Yay? The LA Times.
The seventh row of the periodic table is completed with the discovery of four new elements. IFLS.
No, Apophis still won’t hit Earth in 2036. Phil Plait, Bad Astronomer, for Slate.
When worlds elide. Phil Plait. Slate.
The Dawn spacecraft gets up close and personal with Ceres. Phil Plait. Slate.
IFLS offers their guide to the best meteor showers of 2016.
Richard Feynman: Why science enhances the appreciation of beauty.
Artist creates an awesome image of the universe. IFLS.
Koko is one smart gorilla. IFLS.
This snowy owl is photogenic. CBC.
Michio Kaku and Noam Chomsky pwn conspiracy theorists. Open Culture.
And that was Thoughty Thursday, folks. See you Saturday!