There’s a science to the perception of time. We’ve all got an “internal clock,” and have memory that helps measure duration and distance between events. There’s a word, zeitgeber, to describe those natural occurrences (like sunlight and seasons) by which our circadian… Read More ›
As a child, Suzanne Simard often roamed Canada’s old-growth forests with her siblings, building forts from fallen branches, foraging mushrooms and huckleberries and occasionally eating handfuls of dirt (she liked the taste). Her grandfather and uncles, meanwhile, worked nearby as… Read More ›
If you are looking for some decent longform articles, this selection from Pocket will keep you busy for a while. Well worth checking out no matter what Read Later service you use.
My daughter found my Psion 3a the other day, tucked at the back of a cupboard she was clearing out for me. It looked fine and is still in excellent aesthetic condition, and fortunately I had left no batteries inside… Read More ›