Friday, May 19, 2017

Friday Links!

Leading off, this is an entirely fascinating read: Terrifying 20m Tall Rogue Waves Are Actually Real. Also, this is an incredibly powerful story: My Family‚Äôs Slave.

From Steven Davis, and this is a terrific video: 1953: Who Wouldn't Want to be a Miller? Next, a Grammer Nerd Alert! 50 Years of Stupid Grammar Advice. This is fascinating: How British and American Spelling Parted Ways. This is a great story: Strong Coffee, Stronger Women. These are simply astonishing: The Incredible Sand Sculptures of Toshihiko Hosaka.

From C. Lee, and this is an excellent read: Why You Should Re-read Paradise Lost. This is a great read: The X Factor of Ancient Athens. I still love fried chicken: A Fried Chicken Bender in South Korea. Next, and this is concerning: Sullied seasoning: Sea salts come with a dash of microplastics.

From Theo Halloran, and this is an absolutely phenomenal article: Riding the Bus with Jagr.

From Wally, and this is unbearably witty: NOS Lucas Replacement Wiring Harness Smoke Kit. Well, this is certainly something: The boss who lives as a medieval knight. If you ever want to know why you should drive a newer car instead of an older one, here you go: ANCAP crash 1998 Toyota Corolla in to 2015-built counterpart.

From DQ Live Advisor Garret Rempel, and this is essential information: Origins of 'eh': How 2 little letters came to define Canadians.

From Tim Lesnick, and this is incredible: 3-D printed ovaries produce healthy offspring.

Closing out this week, from Christopher Scott, and mole rats are amazing: Researchers Find Yet Another Reason Why Naked Mole-Rats Are Just Weird.

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