I’ve spent the weekend reorganizing the furniture in my house so that it works a little better and feels new and fresh, enjoying the new OK Go music video, and generally avoiding the post-truth era as much as possible.
As such, this week’s roundup is rather scant. Here goes. Enjoy!
Petroglyphs in Jordan are yielding intriguing information on nomadic peoples in the area thousands of years ago.
From The Guardian:
Intrepid researchers have discovered that Donald Trump’s grandfather was banished from Germany in the early part of the 20th century. Because of course.
From the Economist (just because):
Statistical evidence that the All Blacks are perhaps the most dominant rugby team ever.
From The New York Times:
Recent evidence suggests that one of the first recorded caesarean sections successfully performed was in Prague in 1337.