With some service work for our nation’s medical research agency behind me – including my car breaking down and a narrow escape from the East Coast snowstorm – I finally have a few moments to
Archives for January 2011
Once again we visit another angle of the synthetic marijuana story, a blogfodder gift that just keeps on giving. As regular readers are likely to know, synthetic chemicals that behave like the active constituents of
It’s been a week and I still haven’t gotten my own reflections written about ScienceOnline2011 – what author Scott Huler called “the South by Southwest of science communications conferences” (News & Observer, 16th Jan 2011).
Following from our previous post on Dr. King and his consideration of science and religion, Kea Giles pointed me to a post by Beth Lebwohl at EarthSky on Dr. King’s Nobel Lecture when receiving the 1964
From “Lesser Known Wise and Prophetic Words of Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.” by liberal writer and California Democratic Party delegate, Deborah White: “Science investigates; religion interprets. Science gives man knowledge which is power; religion
I was away with the family last week and tried to stay away from the blog. But I brought my Martin Backpacker guitar with me and gave a lot of thought to John Denver, the