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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It's A Fun Game... Until The Dog Swallows It
If I told you that a tennis ball could kill, would you roll your eyes or laugh in my face? What if I showed you this?Like a cork in a bottle, a fumbled tennis ball in an innocent game of fetch can lodge in a dog's esophagus with the unfortunate consequence of asphyxiating your pup...
#SciAmBlogs Tuesday - Angelina Jolie, Commander Hadfield, Robert Oppenheimer, Iron Man, ScienceSeeker Winners, and other superheros.
Lots of news on the Network today!First - we have launched a new blog - check it out!Second - several of our bloggers were winners or finalists of the ScienceSeeker Awards.
Image of the Week #91, May 14th, 2013: From: Slippin' and Slidin' - Guest Post by Michele Banks at Symbiartic .
Courage versus Fear: Keeping Health Risks in Perspective When the Dramatic and Rare Goes Culturally Viral
It was a singular act of courage for Angelina Jolie to so openly reveal her fears and preventive double mastectomy. She just amazes, again and again.
Malawania from Iraq and the Cretaceous Ichthyosaur Revolution (part II)
Tet Zoo readers with supernatural memories will doubtless recall the January 2012 article ‘Rigid swimmer’ and the Cretaceous Ichthyosaur Revolution (part I) [link below]...
Welcome Overthinking It the newest blog at #SciAmBlogs
Connoisseurs of our Guest Blog are likely familiar with the name Kyle Hill, as he has written more than twenty posts there, several of which were big hits.
Congratulations to the winners of the ScienceSeeker Awards!
ScienceSeeker Awards have been announced earlier today. If you are not sure what this is, ScienceSeeker is the main portal for collecting, connecting and filtering science writing online, especially on science blogs (Note: it is a project of ScienceOnline of which I am one of the co-founders and co-chairmen)...
The man without a center
Why are we drawn to tragic heroes much more then to conventional ones? Perhaps because tragic heroes, because of the flaws and ambiguity inherent in their nature, continue to intrigue us long after we have finished admiring the essentially simple and good character of conventional heroes...
Bell Labs Lead Researcher Discusses the Edge of the Internet [Video]
Future networks must push past current wireless bandwidth limitations
Tomorrow Lab and the Beat of the Planets
“The planets have a beat,” said Dr. Oded Aharonson, snapping his fingers. Skyped in from Israel into a Manhattan boardroom on May 10, Aharonson is a scientist who has operated the rover on Mars...
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