Wed May 12 2010 03:20 THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES. - ON THE ORIGIN OF SPECIES BY MEANS OF NATURAL SELECTION OR THE PRESERVATION OF FAVORED RACES IN THESTRUGGLE FOR LIFE. By CHARLESS DARWIN,M.A., etc. London, JOHN MURRY - Reprint, D.APPLETON and Co. - 1860. - Article - NYTimes.com: I need to read this again--the reviewer vacillates between "this is revolutionary" and "this is a clever idea that can't possibly work"
Wed May 12 2010 03:14 Using Laser to Map Ancient Civilization in a Matter of Days - NYTimes.com: Lasers: is there anything they can't do?
Thu Mar 18 2010 16:24 Good Suppliers - And The Other Guys. In the Pipeline: : talking trash & recommending the reliable -- in chemical supply houses
Sun Dec 13 2009 03:22 Real Electrons. In the Pipeline: : "As always, I react to these things with interest, excitement, and a tiny bit of terror at seeing something that I assumed would always be hidden."
Sat Oct 24 2009 12:51 Where does the moon come from? Or, Launch Pad day 5 : Freedom to look stupid leads to getting smarter, part 1.
Mon Jul 20 2009 13:10 The Science Studio > Facts, values and a place for the profound: There's also a lot of videos here
Tue Mar 17 2009 10:05 EST The importance of stupidity in scientific research -- Schwartz 121 (11): 1771 -- Journal of Cell Science: Do would-be scientists get hung up more on envying their peers' skills/knowledge, or on the massive pile of ignorance we all share?
Sun Dec 07 2008 03:20 EST http://www.boingboing.net/2008/12/04/studying-the-emotion.html: I have been lucky enough to enjoy admiration, awe, and elevation several times in my adulthood. Connected to Bolt-Taylor's right-brained thinking?
Sun Jul 27 2008 09:20 EST Speech to the Association of Los Alamos Scientists | The Manhattan Project | Historical Documents | atomicarchive.com: Contra Rhodes the whole thing is interesting
Tue Dec 04 2007 10:33 EST Long Now: Views: Essays: FINALLY I grok Feynman adoration! His autobiographies only repelled me. "The act of discovery was not complete for him until he had taught it to someone else."
Sun Nov 04 2007 13:49 EST Antony Flew - Atheism - God - Books - Authors and Writers - New York Times: A reputation made at 27 and unmade, or remade, at 84; the dangers of senescence; dark currents in the community of discourse.
Tue Oct 09 2007 19:18 EST The Project Gutenberg eBook of The Sceptical Chymist, by Robert Boyle: Chemistry? Pull the other one!
Tue Aug 21 2007 16:20 EST http://brodylab.eng.uci.edu/~jpbrody/reynolds/lowpurcell.html: I remember liking this
Fri Jun 29 2007 20:22 PST Free Science Videos and Lectures: Free Education Online is Possible!: Another one of those aggregation sites
Mon Jun 25 2007 11:31 PST Where to go around NYC to see the meteor shower on August 12? | Ask MetaFilter: Leonard, I'd like to do this
Thu May 10 2007 13:41 PST Uncertain Principles: Many Worlds, Many Treats: Dog: "...And according to Everett's Many Worlds Interpretation of quantum mechanics, that means that you *did* drop steak on the floor...."
Wed Apr 11 2007 06:53 PST American Scientist Online - Why We Develop Food Allergies : Good news for vaginal birth and the extended hygiene hypothesis; "babies who breastfeed exclusively for at least the first four months appear to have fewer allergies."
Sun Oct 01 2006 20:04 PST The Vega Science Trust - Freeview Science Programmes : Huge archive of video lectures and interviews with scientists
Wed Sep 28 2005 10:45 PST Edge: THE VAGERIES OF RELIGIOUS EXPERIENCE by Daniel Gilbert: And then today I see this, which says the same thing I thought in my dream: "They have the form of explanations, but they do not have the content. "
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