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I’ve Seen The Future

I just had a couple of thoughts on Chromebooks that I wanted to share. There has been a growing interest in Chromebooks over the past year or so. Read more

Paperblog Pick in Science

Getting out of Password Hell

A while ago I realised that my online life was in password hell. I was using literally hundreds of sites and services that required passwords, but they were held together with a... Read more

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    Ocean scientists have just announced the discovery of a huge prehistoric monolith off the coast of Sicily. The monument is on it's side now, but would have... Read more

    The 30 July 2015 by   Reprieve
    BIOLOGY
  • Cats and Dogs

    Leopards are the most elusive species of the big 5. They can draw in tourists over thousands of miles, who are willing to pay top dollar for the opportunity to... Read more

    The 30 July 2015 by   Iratemonkey
    ANIMALS & WILDLIFE, ENVIRONMENT, BIOLOGY
  • How to Spot an Evolving Gene

    It's Wednesday, which means its time to answer a question from you lovely folks. Today's comes from Paul, who asks More interesting to laymen like me would be... Read more

    The 29 July 2015 by   Reprieve
    BIOLOGY
  • Union Now

    [Part 1 of 3]The onset of World War II drastically changed the course of Linus Pauling’s career. As was characteristic of much of 20th century warfare, the... Read more

    The 29 July 2015 by   Scarc
    HISTORY
  • The Evolution of Infertility in Humans

    Evolution is all about passing on your genes. Reproduction is obviously an important part of that, hence why animals are willing to go to such extremes to... Read more

    The 28 July 2015 by   Reprieve
    BIOLOGY
  • Ain’t Misbehavin’

    The Paulings, 1976.Creative nonfiction by Melinda Gormley and Melissae FelletBig Sur, 1976-1977Linus and Ava Helen Pauling are in the kitchen of their home on... Read more

    The 23 July 2015 by   Scarc
    HISTORY
  • Universal Features of Human Music.

    I have read through a fascinating paper by Savage et al. that makes a convincing case for statistical universals in the structure and function of human music.... Read more

    The 23 July 2015 by   Deric Bownds
    PSYCHOLOGY
  • The Peace Prize

    At Deer Flat Ranch, 1964. Arthur Herzog, photographer.Creative Nonfiction by Melinda Gormley and Melissae FelletBig Sur and Pasadena, October 10, 1963There was ... Read more

    The 21 July 2015 by   Scarc
    HISTORY
  • Marijuana Deconstructed

    What's In Your Weed?Australia has one of the highest rates of marijuana use in the world, but until recently, nobody could say for certain what, exactly,... Read more

    The 21 July 2015 by   Dirkh
    HEALTH, PSYCHOLOGY
  • How Experiencing Nature Influences Our Brains.

    Bratman et al., in their PNAS article with the title "Nature experience reduces rumination and subgenual prefrontal cortex activation," suggest an explanation... Read more

    The 21 July 2015 by   Deric Bownds
    PSYCHOLOGY

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