And other things beginning with T. And what, pray tell, is tinnitus? Well, have you ever had your ears ring? When it happens to me it sounds like a high-pitched electric tone.
Hi everyone! Problems with post scheduling this morning and the wrong link came up at SciAm. Sci is SO EMBARRASSED!!!My post which will be called "the Sneak" is NEXT WEEK.
I saw this paper going around the internet early last week, and I was immediately very interested. After all, right now probiotic yogurt is the yogurt hotness, right up there with greek yogurt (and when they combine the two, someone is going to be very, very rich).
Hi Everyone,I know that the Powers That Be here are currently working on the comment situation, to allow for a little more freedom in comment posting.
Today Stephanie Zvan, newly of Freethought blogs, and I decided to take a paper on in a double-header. The study is a paper which purports to show that humor correlates with intelligence and mating success, and that humor is found more often in males.
Ok, not ALL in your head. But certainly PARTIALLY in your head.I don't know about you guys, but Sci does a little bit of weightlifting. I'm a distance runner, you see, and part of training yourself to run your best means lifting a few weights now and then.
Over at my Scientopia site, I usually do a Friday Weird Science feature. This can range from semen, to sneezing, to really anything in between, anything that I happen to find weird and hilarious and interesting.
I did a post back in 2009 on High Fructose Corn Syrup (HFCS). In researching that post I dug hard into the chemistry of HFCS, the similarities and differences from sugar, and the current literature on whether it's coming for your waistline.
I recently moved to a big city from a series of smaller, suburban cities and towns. I love my new city dwelling, the opportunities that are available to see the arts, the large universities and hospitals which allow for scientific collaboration, the cool, fun bars, and of course, the fact that I can get Ethiopian food freakin' DELIVERED at 2am if I should so choose.
It’s always nice to see a paper on a subject I’m interested in appear in a high level journal. It makes you feel all warm and fuzzy inside, knowing that steps in the field are being made.
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