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!
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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…
Space lost its innocence today…Hardboiled and underpaid, accompany a space cop at the crime scene of the future.Read More C.S.I. : #Ceres
Hello all. Welcome to my very first interview. As a scientifically educated non scientist I find one of the most exciting things about blogging and researching is coming into contact with interesting people, whether they be immersed in science or not. I’m meeting the vast majority of people on Twitter, which is a hotbed of […]Read More A Tourguide Amongst the Tombstones…..
A definite bone theme this week! Sifting through a veritable deluge of science and random factoids this week it seemed that bones and facts about bones seemed to be all that came my way! That’s odd in itself, but what do you do? What I love about this kind of post and researching it is […]Read More #OddPuzzlePieces 2