- Not Exactly Rocket Science
I’ve got your missing links right here (30 June 2012)
“Despite appearances, this isn’t [a] cruelly bisected alien stone organism or a tomato thunderegg.” Amazing post from Bec Crew about a really unusual animal.
Incredible post from Craig McClain on how presidential elections are affected by a 100 million year old coastline
This scientist may be about to rewrite the mammal family tree, but doesn’t really care. Really good Nature feature from Elie Dolgin.
A Tale of Two Robots – a very interesting piece by Andrew Wilson on what “embodied cognition” actually means.
Why isn’t there more coal? Because 300 million years ago, fungi evolved the ability to decompose trees. By David Biello.
Really nice advice for young writers: “Never describe yourself as an ‘aspiring’ anything.” And other tips.