A Week on the Internet, December 22 - December 28, 2014

FDA Decides You Shouldn't Be Banned From Blood Donations For A Limetime. Just A Year - via Queerty (As per my personal Facebook page, I wrote the following rant: What a half-assed attempt at passive-aggressive heteronormative tolerance. I'm often on the fence as to if gay sex is still revolutionary in an age of post-Will & Grace, but apparently it might just be if the FDA is still scared of and willing to still discriminate against it - even if only for a year.)

2 Futures Can Explain Time's Mysterious Past - via Scientific American (Or, here's the tagline if you really want your head to hurt: "New theories suggest the big bang was not the beginning, and that we may live in the past of a parallel universe." Insert confused Britney Spears side-eye gif here.)

Do Aliens Know It's Christmas? - via The New York Times (or, "How Possibilities of Life Elsewhere Might Alter Held Notions of Faith.)

Photographer Shares How He Spent Two Years Living on Photos Instead of Money - via Petapixel (Aka my new hero.)

The Messy Minds of Creative People - via Scientific American

"The Messy Minds of Creative People" comes with this wonderful graph that I sincerely cannot at all relate to whatsoever on my professional site where I always put my best self forward and reveal no flaws at all in order to show how organized and professional I am in all situations.

"The Messy Minds of Creative People" comes with this wonderful graph that I sincerely cannot at all relate to whatsoever on my professional site where I always put my best self forward and reveal no flaws at all in order to show how organized and professional I am in all situations.

Wolves Introduced To Park To Revitalize Ecosystem - via The San Francisco Globe (This is a really great, short video about how one simple act can send ripples of change through an environment. A wonderful lesson.)

Navajo version of Finding Nemo released to help keep the language alive - via Hulu #amazing