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Not dead!

Posted by tigerhawkvok on April 06, 2009 15:33 in General , evolution , anti-science

Yep, postless for a bit. Suffice it to say things have been hectic and suprisingly full. I have a list of things in my browser that auto open that I want to discuss, like stars in the Pleiades, sauropod neck position, still the Higgs post, and black holes.

However, until those get put up, I will just point you towards a researchblogging article by Grrlscientist (on Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted)) about how birds read human eyes.

Also, via Badastronomy, I found out about the Florida Citizens for Science Stick Science competition. The idea is to make a stick-figure comic about a topic that is misunderstood in science (particularly evolution), and "correct the record". For my part, I've submitted the following:

comic

Alternate: large PNG. Disclaimer: Yes, I know that cladograms aren't right for development of an organism. Its a parody. Put the point is you can replace a real transition with the tree development steps here and get the same response.

I amused myself with that one. That's it for now, though. For more random blog entries, Rachael has a cool one up on a caterpillar entering its chrysalis.

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