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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Welcome back from the weekend. Also, welcome to our newest blogger - Ferris Jabr at Brainwaves !Monday - time for the new Image of the Week!- Jason G.
Image of the Week #40, April 30th, 2012:
From: 6 Sources of Free Images for Science Blogging by Alex Wild at Compound Eye Source: NIH Images from the History of Medicine Historically, more soldiers fall prey to disease than are killed by injuries sustained during combat...
Anthropology is an inherently interdisciplinary field. We draw from evolutionary theory, feminist theory, critical race theory, we compare within and between primates, we even manage to work with the occasional rodent or suid species...
In 2009 four of the world's last seven northern white rhinos ( Ceratotherium simum cottoni ) were moved from a zoo in the Czech Republic to Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya.
USC Dornsife Scientific Diving: The International Policy Rationale for the Military Buildup on Guam and Some Environmental Drivers
by Robert English and Jim Haw [At this writing, U.S. and Philippine forces are concluding their latest joint military exercise, a mock amphibious landing on Palawan Island...
It is now expected by the science blogosphere that I post the full updated listing of all the submissions every Monday morning. This serves as a reminder for bloggers to submit their (and other people’s) posts, and to some extent prevents duplicate entries...
Greetings from Drilling Vessel Chikyu! We are floating precisely at N37 o 57' E143 o 54'. I know we are precisely there because this unusual ship with its five working thrusters can maintain position to within meters...
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Can you imagine oceans without sharks? We may soon have to, as new research suggests may already be 90% of the way there. Studying shark populations can be tricky.
by Max MartinezCoral reefs across the Indo-Pacific Ocean attract thousands of scuba divers from around the globe on an annual basis.
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