An introduction to Astrobiology, showing that we really haven’t changed that much!Read More #Astrobiology
Examples of big scientific ideas don’t just happen in the lab…Read More #Emergence in Action
Even though I call myself a man of science, looking at it realistically I’m not anymore. Yes, I did get through a Science Degree, and then went on to do Honours. I would have gone further, but life did it’s thing. Anyway. Them’s the breaks, right? In the ensuing years I have fought hard to […]Read More Doing Something Right
Like any child, science is embarrassed by its parents, and the search for bizarre beasts is one of them. It continues to this day…Read More #OddPuzzlePieces no. 4
Death is a massive topic, spanning all corners of human endeavour. Introduce yourself to some of it’s secrets..Read More #OddPuzzlePieces No. 3
This post is a small tribute to the great nation of Canada. This amazing country has many reasons to hold it’s head up high. It is a progressive advanced country which is on my list of must see destinations. One day I may even make it my home. Those open spaces….We have plenty of […]Read More Happy Canada Day!
Originally posted on Bones, Stones, and Books:
Pic. “Battle of the Doomed Gods” (F. Wilhem Heine, 1882) (FYI this post is based on a paper I recently wrote for a course on archaeology and climate change.) Thanks to popular culture, the Viking legends of Thor, Odin, Loki, and their homeland of Asgard have become well-known…