…And we’re back! After a couple weeks of needed break, I’m refreshed and ready to write up a storm. Los Angeles is even cooperating today with my favorite writing conditions: gray, rainy, and cool.
To get the week started right, here are some of the most interesting human things from the last seven days–free of Donald Drumpf (Except for that essential John Oliver video in the link. You absolutely must watch it if you haven’t).
Why are human beings curious?
Grammar upgrade: less vs. fewer.
For the first time, the Northern Hemisphere has averaged 2 degrees celsius above pre-industrial temperatures–the benchmark beyond which many scientists believe climate change becomes especially dangerous for human beings. Gulp.
Speaking of climate change, Sunday night’s Democratic Debate finally touched on fracking–the fool’s gold strategy for cleaner energy.
Sad confirmation of what most Millennials probably already know: “…The economic downturn, slow recovery and student debt have cancelled out today’s record workforce productivity and levels of higher education.”
Researchers have released sound recordings from the deepest trench in the ocean, and they’re super eerie. Please don’t play these around me. #thalassophobia
What do we know about the entry-level Tesla Model 3–the car that’s supposed to bring electric vehicles to the masses?
Cured meats are delicious. Up your food knowledge with salumi 101.
There’s a growing consensus that exposure to peanuts as an infant prevents the development of a peanut allergy. Interesting.
Thoroughly satisfying video of a log cabin start to finish.