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Wednesday, February 21, 2018

Sunspots 665


Things I have recently spotted that may be of interest to someone else:


The Arts: Gizmodo reports that Crayola is coming out with a pen that turns pieces of crayons into ink that will write on any surface.

Christianity: (Or, at least, outstanding generosity) Listverse tells 10 heartwarming stories of unselfishness, around the world.


Food: (and maybe Finance) Listverse tells us, and shows us, some really expensive desserts, such as a $1,685 Krispy Kreme doughnut.

Health: (and, maybe, humor) National Public Radio posts a poem about a woman who (really) had 14 roundworms in her eye.

Politics: Russian entities began sowing discord soon after the Florida school shooting, according to National Public Radio.

Science: (or something) Gizmodo reports that a California woman is suing her state for Bigfoot Denial.

Listverse has 10 facts about the Andromeda Galaxy. Gizmodo also has a post on this group of stars.

Gizmodo, and other outlets, report that some ants administer medical care to their wounded sisters.

Gizmodo also reports that we don't know when rabbits (some of them) became domesticated.

Sports: FiveThirtyEight examines what would happen if men and women skiers competed against each other.

Thanks for looking!

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2 comments:

Weekend Fisher said...

Beautiful leaf, well-captured in the photo.

I'm actually looking forwards to the liquefied-crayon thing. See, there's a 'homemade T-shirt printing' technique that involves taking crayon shavings and then using an iron to heat-melt them into the fiber. I'm betting this is gets the same effect with a fraction of the fuss ... And there are several designs I've been wanting to try if only they weren't beyond my crayon-shaving-placement skills.

Take care & God bless
Anne / WF

Martin LaBar said...

Thanks for the comment.

I hope you can get one of those!