This week I learned about how people feel about having almost no control over their bodies, about mind-controlling wasps, and about what happened when one woman let a homeless person use her car as a bed.
About the amazing world of secret bone music, the outlaw who became Skeletor, and yet more interestingly-shaped rocks with surprising ancient history.
About spite houses, prime-numbered cicadas, and a 3,000-year-old stone vulva.
Regarding that last one – some of the text of this post may be considered NSFW. Continue reading “This week I learned: spite houses, periodical cicadas, Utroba Cave”
About a superhero cephalopod; animals crossing; and the man behind the Wilhelm scream.
About ants providing medical care for one another after battle; the strange, beautiful tragedy of Nigel the gannet; and an orchestra made of ice.