- Not Exactly Rocket Science
I’ve Got Your Missing Links Right Here (20 July 2013)
“Continual risk of death, even more than the ability to cause it, is what shapes the social behavior of [the lion]”. This is David Quammen at his absolute best.
A moving, compassionate and masterfully written piece from Robin Henig on end-of-life care
“Call me when you’re at Uranus and I’ll meet you at Saturn.” Lee Billings drives through a scale model of the Solar System. Glorious.
The two cultures aren’t science + humanities, but academic + everything else. Lovely essay by Anne Buchanan.
“There is bad neuroscience, because there is bad science, period” – SciCurious calls for some neuronuance between the neuromania and neurobacklash.
After 69 years, scientists have finally witnessed a drop dropping from the pitch-drop experiment.