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Archives for December, 2006

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Death’s brother, Sleep. Virgil (70 BC – 19 BC), Aeneid

The Netroots Candidate

If you read the papers or watched TV today, you may have gotten the impression that Edwards announced his run this morning around 9am in front of TV cameras. Wrong! The MSM folks think they still matter and are blind to everything happening outside of their domain. The first people he directly announced to were…

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Go say Hello to Developing Intelligence!

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Florence Nightingale

That title was the only way I could think of to connect nurses and birds…. I and the Bird #39 – A Visit from Sandy Claws – is up on Natural Visions. Change of Shift: Vol 1, No 14 is up on NeoNurseChick

What Creatures Do: Animal Behavior

Here is the next installment of my lecture notes for teh adult education speed-class in biology. As always, I ask for corrections and suggestions for improvement (May 20, 2006):

My picks from ScienceDaily

Africa’s Least-known Carnivore In Tanzania: Mongoose Is One More Rare Find: The Bronx Zoo-based Wildlife Conservation Society (WCS) announced that a camera-trap study in the mountains of Southern Tanzania has now recorded Africa’s least-known and probably rarest carnivore: Jackson’s mongoose, known only from a few observations and museum specimens. Pet Owners Are Sick More Often…

SBC – NC’07

Marissa Mills is coming to the 2007 North Carolina Science Blogging Conference. Are you? Technorati Tag: sciencebloggingconference

Clock Quotes

All that really belongs to us is time; even he who has nothing else has that. Baltasar Gracian

johnedwards.com is up and running

Edwards has unleashed his campaign website, where you can find all the info, join the discussion on the blog and see a preview of what he’ll say tomorrow in NOLA on this video (and no, I am not paid by his campaign – my support is amateur):