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Interesting Reads 10th August

This weeks reads:

Tree of the week: 'It looks a bit of a hippy so I named it after Neil from The Young Ones'

I love the Guardian's Tree Of The Week!

Perseid Meteor Shower Peaks As Waning Moon Meets Venus

NASA say's it will be the best meteor shower of the year! Caused by debris left from the Swift-Tuttle comet, in good conditions - a clear sky and with no moon - people can expect to see up to 100 meteors in an hour. It started its journey past Earth on 17 July, and will have finished it by 26 August, but on Tuesday 12 August it will be at its peak.

Researchers created a test to determine which masks are the least effective

Stay safe and wear the right face covering - and wear it properly!

Detectorist 'shaking with happiness' after Bronze Age find

Obviously I wish this was me haha. My Time Team dream of finding ancient artefacts or sites continues.

Nasa Heard The Loudest Sound That Ever Boomed In The Universe, And It's Screaming A Mystery

My mind goes crazy at the mystery of this unknown sound!

Canada's Last Intact Ice Shelf Just Collapsed, Forming a Manhattan-Sized Iceberg

Heart breaking!


I'm currently reading If Women Rose Rooted by Sharon Blackie and Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert. It's an insanely powerful combination and my mind is overflowing with ideas and direction. I am embarking on starting a new company and these books are providing the fire I need to break through the fear barrier that is associated with starting something new and daunting. Wish me luck.

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