Eastern Lowland Gorilla
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This looks to be up @ChemGal 's alley.Apparently sand physics is bizarre and difficult. An interesting Twitter thread on the subject.
Missed World Toilet Day by a day, but here's a very fascinating history of the toilets in Ancient Rome.
By scouring the remains of early loos and sewers, archaeologists are finding clues to what life was like in the Roman world and in other civilizations.www.nature.com
Beyond my comfort zone. I prefer to avoid really big/really small where many of the physics equations we use really fall apart. I like the range of molecules (although electrons do get considered with lots of chemistry) to planet. Throw in a bit of extra photon stuff and some basic QM, I did reasonable well with the physical side of chemistry/biochemistry when it didn't veer into the very theoretical. I can understand beyond that, but it's a big stretch and I think taking that into a research area would be too frustrating of a challenging level for me. I would also need strong computer skills!