Good afternoon Spicy readers! As we’ve undergone a site transition, new year, and general reinvigoration, the catacombs have been cleared out to make way for new goodness. What follows will be the first of a large number of posts, highlighting things collected, but never-before-shared. Enjoy.
- A miniature Canal Street subway cross-section by Alan Wolfson. I had the chance to see it in person at the Museum of Art and Design’s OTHERWORLDY exhibition in September. Seriously remarkable attention to detail (pictured above).
- On climate change and mental health: One more reason why climate change is so pervasively important — there are very few ‘traditional’ causes (read: poverty, hunger, mental health, and so on) that are not directly affected and/or exacerbated by it.
- Robert Montgomery:
- Considering race, civil rights, and Arab Activism circa 1900: The Behannesey Brothers. An excellent read.
- Expanding on the best part of any psychology education: The top 20 most bizarre experiments of all time.