A new study from Nature Neuroscience suggests it is possible. But critics say we still don’t have enough information on the molecular mechanics of transgenerational epigenetic inheritance to say for sure.
My post on Medium from last month, about my tokophobia and how I never want to be a mother, made the website’s top 100 posts for October! In fact, I’m # 81.
Check it out if you haven’t already!
A piece over at Refinery29 on the different types of sleeping pills, how they affect women, and why we should try to understand both them and our relation to sleep better.
Had a really excellent weekend + moved into a new sublet. These are four things that happened in between all that, all over at my dear Motherboard:
The digital equivalent of knocking on wood may be throwing your computer across the room. And other things I took away from a academic paper on superstitious ritual.
Teens in California will have the option to scrub embarrassing photos and other info from the internet starting in 2015.
I have no idea why I write about things that make me uncomfortable. Previously it was monkey head transplant; today it is trypophobia (the fear of clustered holes). I can’t even look at the post I just wrote because there’s an image of barnacles at the top and they give me the creeps. But perhaps, you will find it of interest, anonymous reader?
The Internet raged. Oh, how it raged.
And the City of London said, “We must stop this.”
A company called Renew has created recycling units that are tracking your cellphone. The Internet-connected bins then collect demographic data to tailor advertisements to you.
It’s weird. I don’t like it.