They think it makes them look weak, and avoiding that is evidently more important to them than demonstrating responsible behavior
Phil Anderson’s article “More Is Different” describes how different levels of complexity require new ways of thinking. And as the virus multiplies and spreads, that’s just what the human race desperately needs...
The pandemic is no excuse to abandon chronic disease management and prevention
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Sorry for the silence here at Tet Zoo - Eotyrannus is keeping me busy, and no time for blog-writing. In desperation, I wanted to share this, originally posted on ver 2 in 2009.
Researchers working on the island of Borneo have discovered two tiny new populations of Miller's grizzled langurs ( Presbytis hosei canicrus ), one of the world's 25 most endangered primates...
Sex might seem like a risky occupation for the more than 27 million Americans who have been diagnosed with heart disease. But that's not necessarily so, says a new report.
Male bowerbirds are virtuoso architects. To woo females they construct an intricate structure (a bower) from twigs that they meticulously decorate with a variety of found objects.
Thrifty Thursdays feature photographs taken with equipment costing less than $500. [Panasonic Lumix DMC-ZS3 - $295]10 pounds of camera gear is my typical burden when I go out photographing...
Gary Marcus is a professor of psychology at NYU, an MIT graduate and a juggler, unicyclist and photographer. A few years ago he set out to conquer one field that had eluded him his whole life: music...
Part of my online life includes editorial duties at ResearchBlogging.org, where I serve as the Social Sciences Editor. Each Thursday, I pick notable posts on research in anthropology, philosophy, social science, and research to share on the ResearchBlogging.org News site...
The graduate program in science writing at Johns Hopkins is housed along with the highly-ranked graduate programs in fiction and poetry in The Writing Seminars.
(Disclaimer: details of this story have been changed to protect the privacy of those involved.) Six months into medical school, I learned the place I feel most like a doctor is not in class or in the hospital...
So I'm sitting in an airport on a long layover in the middle of the night, excited to be heading to ScienceOnline 2012 for my 4th time. CNN is on repeat, talking about the SOPA protest blackouts by Wikipedia and others...
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