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Monthly Archives: January 2016
Coyotes on acid? When motorists stop to avoid hitting them, the coyotes reportedly sniff around the vehicle before running away, the Pacific Sun reports. Rabies has been ruled out since the coyote incidents have been happening for weeks and the … Continue reading
Winter has finally arrived, and with it have come the news reports of power outages, stranded individuals, and behavior in general more reminiscent of a natural disaster than what people used to call…winter. Don’t panic!
So now we have the alleged monkey head transplant: The work is described in seven papers set to be published in the journals Surgery and CNS Neuroscience & Therapeutics over the next few months. New Scientist has not seen the … Continue reading
With the passing of David Bowie and now Glen Frey, what more can we expect from the community of rapidly aging rock stars? I googled a few names and found the following: Eric Clapton-age 70 Bob Dylan-age 74 Ringo Starr-age … Continue reading
So recently there was a story about a humongous object out in deep space that some thought might have finally given us proof of alien intelligence at work: Some astronomers proposed that KIC 8462852 might be occluded by a swarm … Continue reading
It’s apparently real. But what does it mean, in the more existential sense? Will we treat our candy bars as luxury items? A little history on chocolate: The history of chocolate begins in Mesoamerica. Chocolate, the fermented, roasted, and ground … Continue reading