New and Noteworthy: What I Read This Week—Edition 158 | Mark’s Daily Apple
Research of the Week
How personalities changed during the pandemic.
The Celts arrived in Britain in the mid-to-late Bronze Age, introducing both language and lactase persistence that still persist today.
Fewer grazing animals, more fires.
Night workers have healthier circadian rhythms and glucose control when they eat during the day.
New Primal Kitchen Podcasts
Primal Health Coach Institute: Jennifer Nagel is an established and seasoned health and fitness veteran passionate both about helping women achieve better health and health coaches build better businesses.
Primal Health Coach Institute: Dr. Glenn Livingston helps you face your inner pig.
A Scotsman, a kilt, and a husky walk into a Canadian forest…
More proof that Beyond Meat is awful and everyone knows it.
Interesting Blog Posts
Let’s make the Bison Sphere.
I love resistance bands.
Is your cat a psychopath?
How much would a billion oysters cost?
People tend to escalate the situation in nuclear war simulations.
Things I’m Up to and Interested In
Interesting paper: How meat-eating led to bigger brains, better cognition, but also more zoonotic pathogens and plant medicines.
How could this be?: More cattle, more biodiversity.
Terrifying thought: A carnivorous dinosaur that ran faster than Usain Bolt.
Not surprised: Books beat tablets.
Question I’m Asking
Did you know this?
One year ago (Dec 11 – Dec 17)
Comment of the Week
“Speaking of eternities from your Sunday with Sisson, perhaps they do exist. But perhaps it’s the flip of what we feel to be true. The future and the past feel eternal but are finite, while the present feels fleeting but is eternal. Our whole lives is spent living in the eternal present.”
-Well said, Aaron.
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