Busy this week on study and a project for my fractal art, City of Glass, with some examples shown here. Monday I posted Consensus: It ain’t just politics in science and Wednesday, there was Symphony of Science – Our Biggest Challenge This will be a more minimalist post, so, alrighty then and onward… I’ll post stat updates next week, though I will note here that this blog has passed its 112,000 keen-eyed peering earlier this week.
Proof Claimed for Deep Connection between Prime Numbers
“Stop the Madness!” The Problem with the Violence Stemming From Religious Criticism
Teenager dies on Amazon psychedelic retreat
False positives: fraud and misconduct are threatening scientific research
New wrinkle cream helps fight the signs of scientific evidence
Inferior lizard tails weaken hopes of regrowing limbs
4 freaky new bat species discovered
Cortez UFO is identified as Juno missile
The Food Fight in Your Gut: Why Bacteria Will Change the Way You Think about Calories
Planets can form in the galactic center
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♥ Books, Crafts & Pretty Things Blog: The humble rubber band.
Left Hemispheres: Long Overdue, Obligatory Pascal’s Wager Post
Left Hemispheres: Penn State Group to “Stone an Atheist”
Left Hemispheres: The Absurd Logic of Apologizing for Islam
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Was Tutankhamen epileptic?
Meet the Lesula: A newly discovered monkey species
A Lesson in Covering Pseudoscience
Blue UFOs In England Identified By Leicestershire UFO Research Society
Nanotechnology used in fight against counterfeiters
Indeterminism Comes Before Quantum Mechanics
South Korea will keep evolution in its high school textbooks!
Bill Nye ‘The Science Guy’ Responds To Creation Museum: Creationism Is ‘Not Science’
Jennifer Michael Hecht – “Future of Skepticism: New Adventures in Critical Thinking” – TAM 2012 – YouTube