Thursday, September 17, 2020

Friday Links!

 Happy One More Friday Closer To Something Better. I hope.

From Meg McReynolds, and I hope they have this every year: Hilarious Finalists of the 2020 Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards. Also, get ready: It's Fat Bear Week In Alaska's Katmai National Park — Time To Fill Out Your Bracket.

From Wally, and these are astonishing: Astronomy photographer of the year (2020) winners – in pictures. This is an astonishing (if suicidal) technique: The Superman's Return - Michael Guerra is back... Cyclist. This is scanning electron microscope deep: Book Cover Trends Through Time (via Dune). Pull out the credit card: Here's how much it would cost to purchase everything on Steam at once.

From C. Lee, and what a surprise (/s): How Big Oil Misled The Public Into Believing Plastic Would Be Recycled. This is a great story: The colossal scam of Finland’s fake lovers. This is very cool: Japanese artist’s puzzling “spot the killer” murder mystery has net baffled. These are amazing: Art in lockdown: Making anthotype plant prints. A fascinating technique: Nanoclay: the liquid turning desert to farmland. A terrific article: The Mountains Where Manna Flows From Trees. This is incredible: Aided by Modern Ingenuity, a Taste of Ancient Judean Dates. This is disgusting (and not surprising): A Secret Recording Reveals Oil Executives’ Private Views on Climate Change.

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