Biology(ish) items I’ve been linking to on various forms of social media recently: Dino-decorations and the Holiday Dino-tree Spider brains. I still vote that if your brain is so big it spills into your legs, then, still squished for space, … Continue reading
You’ve heard about the diamond stars before, at the very least in Beatles lyrics. Turns out you can’t even trust stars to be real: recent observations have found a star with large amounts of zircon, more commonly known as a … Continue reading
I haven’t said any more about Iceland’s eruptions since everyone else is already explaining everything you need to know. If you want to hear about the Worst Case Scenario, that’s covered (and I still peg Yellowstone as a more likely … Continue reading
Have you see the NYT interactive results for how people use their time? I don’t want to get distracted by an in-depth analysis, but I’m fascinated by toggling between those with a Bachelor’s degree and those with an Advanced degree. … Continue reading
On a more cheerful note, this dude photographed a fireball meteor through a telescope!
It’s officially over 30C in Vancouver. In other news, the newest images from the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter show the Apollo landing sites. Oooooooh!
So, you thought Saturn’s rings were flat, did you? It’s been crazy-busy around here recently, but I always have time for neat astronomy.
A married man, and an MRI machine. Long, but awesome read.
This is a common story, but well-executed: the problem with cables.