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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#SciAmBlogs Tuesday - Open Science, history of the zipper, being social, brain on cocaine, and more.
- Jalees Rehman - Open Science and Access to Medical Research - Nancy Chen - How a Love of “Story Problems” Changed the World of Breast Cancer - Khalil A.
This is the question that bounced around my head after I read through the results of the latest Energy Poll out of The University of Texas at Austin.
By Dawnielle TellezAlong the rocks of Big Fisherman’s Cove off Catalina Island, I wove in and out of the towering kelp beds as curious Sheephead and Garibaldi edged ever closer to me...
Welcome back. As it is Monday, we have a new Image of the Week - enjoy!Also, you may have noticed that we are trying to have different writing forms and styles on the Guest Blog on Saturdays, e.g., narrative, dialogue, fiction, science fiction, poetry, comic strips, etc...
Image of the Week #39, April 23rd, 2012:
From: Pond water microforay : amoeba and ciliate sex gone horribly wrong by Psi Wavefunction at The Ocelloid ...
By Stephen Holle The United States Territory of Guam is the focal point of a military realignment strategy within the western Pacific Ocean.
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...
By Chris Polashenski and Simon FilholIt has been a very busy time for us the last few days. After about 8 days of prep work, our aircraft arrived in beautiful weather.
Some people take Earth Day more literally than others. Howard Garrett is one of them. Better known as the Dirt Doctor, Garrett believes that the health of the planet begins with the earth beneath our feet; it starts with cultivating strong vibrant soil, and blossoms outwards from there."Without healthy soil, we won't have healthy plants, animals or people," says Garret over the phone from his home in Dallas, Texas, where he advocates for natural organic gardening, landscaping and living.The soil, he says, is a living entity that's frequently mistreated...
#SciAmBlogs Friday - BP Oil Spill, probiotics, species concepts, giant globe, museums, your brain on drugs, and more.
Have a great weekend!- Jose Lopez - The BP Oil Spill Anniversary: Opportunities to Learn - Judy Stone - A taste of #TEDMED 2012: Main Course - Sarah Collins - At Home Underwater and on Land: A Conversation with Dr...
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