- Not Exactly Rocket Science
I’ve Got Your Missing Links Right Here (05 May 2014)
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“Science is often too slow, and life too fast.” This is an amazing story about girls with “Syndrome X“, who seem stuck in permanent infancy, and a scientist’s quixotic (and possibly futile) quest to study them. Virginia Hughes offers a textbook example of covering uncertain science, with a protagonist who is fascinatingly painted but never glorified as an iconoclast.
Why people persist in believing things that aren’t true, by Maria Konnikova.
A beautiful piece from Philip Ball on beauty & science
“The best thing about llareta is what it looks like. It’s like nothing else.”
Eric Michael Johnson has a methodical response to