Links that may or may not be related to gardens, food, travel, nature, or heterotopias and liminal spaces but probably are. Sources in parentheses.
list: 11 mysteries scientists totally can’t solve (Vox). Including what killed Venus, what’s most of the universe made of, what causes Alzheimers (maybe not amyloid build-up), and what makes slime mold so smart. Brief descriptions, with links to 1/2-hour explanations on Spotify.
short video: how a six-year-old girl cleans and cooks dinner when she comes home from school (TikTok/Smart Home Shopping). An ad. Or a mock-up for life in 2050. Who knows. But … her hair? and the bugs in the rice and on the floor?
50-sec video: spring blooms at Longwood Gardens
photos: architecture designs using carbon-sequestering bio-materials, including mycelium and leftover lumber, in construction (Biomaterial Building Exposition, UVA/Spaces)
reviews: of Earth, a simulation (neal.fun) What do you think of speed bumps, deserts, the funny bone, sneezing, dogs, swimming, winter, midnight, boulders, and all Earth’s other features?