Friday, June 08, 2018

Friday Links!

From Fredrik Skarstedt, and boy, is it terrifying: Looking for Life on a Flat Earth.

Here are two amazing nature links: Fascinating Experiment Suggests Bees Understand the Concept of Zero and In the World of Male Dolphin Alliances, Individual Names Identify Friends and Foes.

From Wally, and this is utterly fantastic: THE HARVARD MAP COLLECTION PRESENTS: WHERE DISASTER STRIKES. I believe both of these guys should go straight to concussion protocol: Goat Vs Cow. Cute overload: friends. This is epic: Fantastic French Publicity Caravans of Yesteryear. This is terrific: Letters from a Science Fiction Giant.

From Ken Piper, and this is the first I've heard of this: The days are getting longer – but very, very slowly. This could be disastrous: Hurricanes Are Moving More Slowly, Which Means More Damage.

From Eric Higgins-Freeze, and this is excellent: PEZ Visitor Center.

From Griffin Cheng, and this is interesting: Who Owns the New Land Created By a Volcano in Hawaii? Also, and I had no idea, it's How Ketchup Revolutionized How Food Is Grown, Processed and Regulated.

From Steven Davis, and this is fascinating: The oral history of the Dinosaur Input Device or: how to survive the near death of stop-motion.

From C. Lee, and this is a great read: Why are Dutch-Americans so different from the Dutch?

From Brett, and it's excellent: Collectors of mechanical keyboards share passion online, in person.

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