There is a report coming out soon on the adverse effects of vaccines, and I’ve written a post about it here.
Also, here is something linking together geology, the ice age, science education, and YOU.
This is why you should always back up to cliffs that you want to stand on top of, so you can run away faster!
No, NOT your granddady’s model rocket club. The following video documents one of the more amazing model rocket launches ever. BE WARNED: There are VERY LOUD AND OBNOXIOUS SOUNDS on this video. apparently, you can hear the screams in space!
If she does not become President of the United States and the Free World and stuff, that is.
Increasingly, as her apparent irrelevance in the presidential race, which has been very dissapointing to me, sets in and congeals like bad Minnesota Jello, this question becomes important. Is she or is she not going to run for re-election to Congress?
Saturday October 15th & Sunday October 16th – The Roadside Attraction [Bike] Tour is exploring the cultural landscape of the Central Corridor. It’s a mobile conversation between artists, designers, activists and community members to share different visions about the future of the Corridor. See details about the ride here, or click here to sign up.
I know a lot of you will be interested in this and may want to comment on it. It is obvious to me that Netflix pays close attention to this blog, so your comments will matter a great deal. It is almost like you were on the board of directors or something:
Continue reading Netflix unchanges Netflix
My first job as an archaeologist in Boston (having moved there from New York) had to do with Deer Island, the northern of two islands that separate Boston’s Inner and Outer Harbors. The actual archaeology was uninteresting but the historical research was fascinating. Among the things I learned is that Boston’s Inner Harbor regularly froze over. It no longer does. When the Continental Army placed the British in Boston under Siege at the beginning of the Revolution, the idea of holding off an assault until the harbor froze over was routine. No one expected the harbor to not freeze over. More recently, the harbor is generally open all winter, and when it does freeze over, it is a significant bother.
Continue reading Gobal Warming is Melting the Ice Caps
Thomas Sargent and Christopher Sims have won the Nobel Prize for economics for their work on cause and effect in the macroeconomy.
Sample their work here.