Getting a week off means a backlog, quite a few outstanding think pieces and a fun article or two to boot.
What if a gifted photographer waited around in museums until the observer matched the painting they were viewing? This. (The pic above is one example.)
Kim and I saw the Mr. Rogers movie, Won’t You Be My Neighber, on Thanksgiving. Very good pic. Of course, the movie spawned lots of articles, including this one on Mr. Rogers quotes we should all read.
What if I told you a 13th Century Rabbi named Isaac of Acco used the Bible to determine the age of the universe as being almost exactly the same as scientists now claim? I have no idea how I came across this blog post, but… enjoy.
Makes a nice pairing with this book that’s coming out in a few days and I can not wait to read. The Genealogical Adam and Eve: The Surprising Science of Universal Ancestry. It’s the #1 new release in Genetics, was written by a real scientist, and includes endorsements by top-notch Christian thinkers like William Lane Craig.
Let’s get to the really deep stuff. Here’s something of a unicorn, a balanced, well-thought-out article on climate change. Why Apocalyptic Claims About Climate Change Are Wrong.
Finally, an incredibly long article, but an amazing read on the rise of ADHD diagnoses and the impact it’s having on boys. The Drugging of the American Boy.