Oscar Gordon’s Tech Tuesday covering Ammonia as fuel, making the Star Trek Tricoder, turning CO2 solid with a battery, Japanese innovation in space and baby elevators, cheap metal decontaminating water, simulated avalanches, and more
Hero dogs, mayor dogs, and stranded crocodiles.
Go on and shoot yourself a kangaroo, but beware of tigers.
Worms. Predatory worms.
Frozen amphibians (2), sea creature facts (2), beautiful birds (1), and more!
This Week: Love, Marriage, Children, God, and the Outdoors!
The importance of using tools.
This week: Education, Labor, Animals, Economics, and Cities!
This Week: Education, Relationships, Games Health, and Animals!
This week: Space, Family, Health, Transportation, Creatures, and Government!
Wildlife and cats. Do I repeat myself?
This week! Nature, Food, Obesity, Energy, Death, and Business!
This Week: Crime, Economics, Marriage, Breeding, Nature, and Education!
This Week: Crime, Business, Energy, Space, Nature, and Housing!
This Week: Cities, Wildlife, Transportation, and Money! (#202)
Fix, frogs, and killer cattle.
This Week: Economics, Education, Europe, Creatures, and the Law!
CNMHW Crime, Nature, Money, Health, Work
This Week: Cities, Matriculation, Wildlife, Crime, and War!
This week: Science, Body, Mind, Soul, and Earth!
This week: Religion, Money, Education, Nature, and Comics!
This week! Crime, Asia, Nature, Family, Sports, Transportation
This week: Money, Crime, Government, Nature, Health, Brains!
This week! Religion, Nature, Democracy, Education, Sex, and Freedom!
A new study confirms what you probably already assumed: going for a walk relieves stress.
When headline writers use questions, Burt Likko answers them. Briefly, completely, and unabashedly expressing his own opinion. Ten questions about politics, the business of news, news of business, and grizzly bears.
and dragons, too
Linky Friday: categories this week are sports and culture, art and nature, economics and politics, and war and peace.
“To have intercourse without intending children is to violate nature, which we must take as our teacher.” – Clement of Alexandria Throughout many traditions of Christian thought, theologians have taken nature, by which they’ve generally meant human nature, as an instructor of moral norms. It would be a mistake to read “nature” here as simply…
Mine’s obvious. How ’bout yours?
Over at the Atlantic, Eleanor Barkhorn complains that the closeted young Christian characters of Blue Like Jazz depict rather than shatter stereotypes about evangelical Christians in the movies. For her, the promise of the movie was to present a positive, nuanced, and lifelike view of Christians in the real world and instead resorts to many of the…
This is mostly a “clearing the deck” post. I realized earlier today that I have not participated in most of the discussions regarding what happened in Sanford, and so here it is: I firmly believe this to be a racial issue. Attempts to deflect race because Zimmerman is Hispanic or the possibility that Martin…
Jason and Russell have some Big Thoughts about the future fate of mankind. And Russell beat me to making a call-out to one of the Biggest Thoughts of them all. So instead, I’ll offer this: I have always been more immediately scared and concerned about the final exchange of Colossus: The Forbin Project than issues…
This is about a twenty minute drive from my apartment. We will be roasting marshmallows and drinking beer. Fireworks, however, are illegal, so none of that…
But first, the leap… —- —-