I hope everyone is making the time to enjoy summer. Now, it’s time to get your mental corn popping!
Natalia Zinets: blasts hit Russian base in Crimea, Ukraine targets supply lines. Reuters
Nathalie op de Beeck: see Jane use a speculum. JSTOR Daily
Jackson Weaver: Lisa Laflamme blindsided by cancellation of contract with CTV. CBC News
Examining sensitivity online. Khadija Mbowe | You Can Always Change Your Mind
Kaitlyn Tiffany: That’s it. You’re dead to me. Everyone is suddenly “toxic.” The Atlantic
Jessica Stillman reports that a Stanford neuroscientist says this simple breathing exercise in like a kill switch for stress. Inc.
The Next Big Idea Club busts five myths about resilience you need to stop believing so you can cultivate true grit. Fast Company
Jeff Haden: are you a night owl trying to be an early bird? Science says you may (literally) be killing yourself. Inc.
How cameras make you forget. Answer in Progress
Clark Quinn: consumed by consumption? Learnlets
Tiffany Fairly reports that the Artemis I moon rocket arrives at launch pad ahead of historic mission. NASA | Artemis
Davide Castelvecchi says notorious dark matter signal could be due to analysis error. Nature
Ayana Archie reports that the northern lights may move farther south into mainland US this week. NPR
Michelle Codiva: Nadir Crater in West Africa suggests a second impact after the Chicxulub Crater from the asteroid that wiped out the dinosaurs. The Science Times
Bob Yirka: grains of dust from asteroid Ryugu older than out solar system. Phys.org
Stuart Roberts and Dr. James Freeman say do not try this at home: medieval medicine under the spotlight in major new project. The University of Cambridge
Laser archaeology is revealing the Amazon’s urban jungle. SciShow
Sarah Collins reports that floating “artificial leaves” ride the wave of clean fuel production. The University of Cambridge
Craig Welch explains how the historic climate bill will dramatically reduce US emissions. National Geographic
Kevin Simauchi: extreme heat uncovers lost villages, ancient ruins, and shipwrecks. Bloomberg
Gaia Vince explains why we need to prepare for the great upheaval: the century of climate migration. The Guardian
John Timmer reports that de-extinction company sets it’s next (first?) target: the thylacine. Ars Technica
Michael A. Little wonders why do animals have tails? The Conversation
Michelle Megna lists the states with the most spoiled dogs in 2022. Forbes
Thanks 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!