Daily Archives: June 24, 2011

Mass Extinction of Ocean Species Soon to Be ‘Inevitable’

Mass Extinction of Ocean Species Soon to Be ‘Inevitable’.

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Valediction by Charles W. Pratt | The Writer’s Almanac with Garrison Keillor

Valediction by Charles W. Pratt | The Writer’s Almanac with Garrison Keillor.

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Multimedia Guide | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

Multimedia Guide | Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

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BBC News – Time zones: About time

BBC News – Time zones: About time.

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Bromance With the Big Man, Clarence Clemons – NYTimes.com

Bromance With the Big Man, Clarence Clemons – NYTimes.com.

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Helping the Lame Walk, Without a Miracle – NYTimes.com

Helping the Lame Walk, Without a Miracle – NYTimes.com.

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Black Bear Mother and Cubs – Bears – Spy in the Woods – BBC

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The Daily Quote

Homo sapiens, the only creature endowed with reason, is also the only creature to pin its existence on things unreasonable. Henri Bergson | French Philosopher, 1927 Nobel Prize [Posted with iBlogger from my iPod touch]

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I’m a Scientist get me out of here: how much do scientists REALLY know?

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Byliner

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By and large

By and large [Posted with iBlogger from my iPod touch]

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BioLogos argues that religious claims don’t require evidence

BioLogos argues that religious claims don’t require evidence [Posted with iBlogger from my iPod touch]

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Becky and baby sloths

I am doing the study and I can shed some light on this matter! To cut a long project short, I have been monitoring sloth behaviour, reproductive activity, thermoregulation and metabolic activity for the last 12 months and can tell … Continue reading

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Krokodil: The drug that eats junkies – Europe, World – The Independent

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/europe/krokodil-the-drug-that-eats-junkies-2300787.html [Posted with iBlogger from my iPod touch]

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Origami Proof of the Pythagorean Theorem

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Teddy Bear’s Fish Picnic – Bears – Spy in the Woods – BBC

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The Girl Who Cast a Viking Spell

The Girl Who Cast a Viking Spell [Posted with iBlogger from my iPhone]

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I’m O.K., You’re a Psychopath

I’m O.K., You’re a Psychopath [Posted with iBlogger from my iPhone]

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Gutted Steven Shapin A Modern History of the Stomach: Gastric Illness, Medicine and British Society, 1800-1950 by Ian Miller Pickering and Chatto

Gutted Steven Shapin A Modern History of the Stomach: Gastric Illness, Medicine and British Society, 1800-1950 by Ian Miller Pickering and Chatto [Posted with iBlogger from my iPhone]

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The Daily Quote

John Hodgman, on parenting: “The only child, in a family without want, is the apex of Western civilization.” [Posted with iBlogger from my iPhone]

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