It’s true! These roundups have indeed proven themselves useful. I needed link from last week, and lo and behold there it was!
And so, this week, the links continue. Split-crotch pants, fake bacon. Superpuffs. And coffee.
(The resemblance between Daria and myself is really pretty shocking)
This week’s word can be…glowing. Radioactive.student.societyforscience.org/blog/eureka-la…
Behold. The Monbees. Make it so.scicurious.org/the-monbees/
Paleo who griped about rush job on H. Naledi has more gripes ow.ly/Vh9GC Comparison to PT Barnum. How scientific.
“The stigma of negative results is being broken, and that’s great. Inconclusive results should be accepted too.” ow.ly/VhfEF
Where non-journalists get their news.ow.ly/VhkTn Rather interested not a single one mentioned Reddit.
Chewing gum to help earworms? I might have to try this. ow.ly/VhraC
Identifying plankton species. From a photo taken in SPACE. Because we CAN.ow.ly/Vkb1D
TIL there’s an animal venom database. And it could be used to make medicine. ow.ly/VhvNg
A timeline of climate talks. ow.ly/Vhqy1 Sad to see how much dischord and how little is accomplished.
TIL that the author of Sherlock Holmes wrote a thesis on syphilis. It was wrong. ow.ly/Vr0hQ
How does a bird hold tons of maps in its head? Keeping an eye on permanent objects.ow.ly/Vr0wX
There’s a fungus among US snakes. That’s not a good thing. http://ow.ly/Vr1ah
There’s a new tea made of coffee-cherries! I must try this. For science. http://ow.ly/Vr1p4