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Monthly Archives: July 2011
Pun fully intended – SciAm has a neat essay on the uses of liquid nitrogen in cooking! Chez magnifique!
It’s strange, to see an ancient enemy on the ropes, literally on the verge of defeat – you feel a rush of euphoria, the sense of victory is right there waiting for you to just reach out and take hold … Continue reading
Before I get rolling, yes, I know, not all Christians are like him. Far from it. My point will be, however – that over the past three years (and actually more like thirty), acts of terrorism have been coming from … Continue reading
It’s worth noting that Japanese children who were in the vicinity of the Fukushima reactor meltdown are going to be tested for cancer for the rest of their lives. Think about that. The reactor was built and operated with fraudulent … Continue reading
Yeah. Fuck cancer.
As a die-hard skeptic and a supporter of equal rights among all people – regardless of color, sex, nationality, or other factor, I find the overwhelming sexism among the skeptic community to be something of a crying shame. Jennifer Ouellette … Continue reading
…and Roger Ebert summed it up perfectly, and wrapped it all up with a nice bow on it.
…just so I could vote for Al Franken. The following two videos are tremendous. Few members of our elected officials actually give a shit about the average person, and he’s one of them. Bernie Sanders is another. The first of … Continue reading
Although I live in the business world now, my education was in biology – and I find the concepts of ecology and genetics surprisingly applicable to the world of business. Both on the broad perspective of companies as consumers and … Continue reading
Absolutely true and thoroughly worthwhile to watch.