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Bradly Alicea wrote a new post, Incredible, Evo-Developmental, and Aestastical Readings!, on the site Fireside Science 2 days, 22 hours ago
This is an example of something I do quite often on my blog Synthetic Daisies. I also run a micro-blog on Tumblr called Tumbld Thoughts. It is a sort of developmental league for features on things from my reading queue. This allows me to combine tangentially- or thematically-connected papers into a graphically-intensive single feature. I then make…[Read more]
It’s summer now, and as air conditioners hum and fans turn while the electric meter spins, energy is a hot topic. This is especially true in my home state of Ohio, which recently made renewable energy history by […]
where does this end up
Carl Sagan was an astronomer and academic, best known for popularising astronomy. He hosted and co-produced the original hugely popular series Cosmos: A Personal Voyage. Its sequel Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey was released this year. Even though I’m a biologist at heart I was fascinated by the original Cosmos.
Sagan was diagnosed with a…[Read more]
William Helenbrook wrote a new post, Tiny cloud forests have high biodiversity Wonder how…, on the site A tale of monkeys, parasites, and people 1 month ago
Tiny cloud forests have high biodiversity. Wonder how long-term extinction rates impacted in these areas. http://bit.ly/1qJZR2H
WorldBank report on climate change: it pays to mitigate now. Surprising though that it doesn’t mention the impact on infectious #disease or biodiversity loss. http://bit.ly/1jPteJb