Blogospherics: Recommended reads

More on Pterosaurs: Azhdarchid Fossil Distribution and Taphonomy at Afarensis. I have to tell you that this part of the paper, the part Afarensis is talking about, really grabbed my attention and I almost blogged about it. But it was a little too complex for what I wanted to do with that blog post. I’m very glad that Afarensis has tackled this. You will be to. If you are a total bone geek, that is.

Population, pressure, commodities. Why fuel is at 4 bucks a gallon in the US. This is all very complicated stuff, and I like to read Trinifar to get a bead on it now and then. Check out “it needn’t be Dickensian”

I’ve been harassing Janie Belle to blog more, and instead, she goes twittering… I don’t know if this is a good thing or a bad thing. I don’t know if twittering is good or not, but this transition seems to be heating up the creative juices for her. Or making them flow. Or whatever one does with such juices.

Well, speaking of juices, we discovered that you can’t put Oriole Juice in a Hummingbird Feeder and get Hummingbirds. The Hummingbirds don’t like it. But, THIS is something that I had no clue could happen.

Check out the New Scienceblog Book Club described here by Carl Zimmer, the first bookazoid to participate.

I have not wanted to blog about this. It is all very strange and a bit frustrating. Look here. On those ‘uncontacted’ folks in Brazil…

Politics:Colorado gets anti-discrimination law from Spewing Truth.

Historical Accuracy in Fiction.
Do we have it? Do we want it? How do we get it?


  1. #1 JanieBelle
    June 2, 2008

    Well, there are juices flowing now…

    …and I think I’m gonna’ start blogging more again, too.

  2. #2 RBH
    June 2, 2008

    However, we get orioles at a hummingbird feeder with plain sugar water (4 parts water, 1 part sugar) in it, along with hummingbirds.

  3. #3 JanieBelle
    June 2, 2008


    I hope that makes you …uh… ahem… happy.