Archives for September 27, 2008

It is all in the eyes.

New Rules

Not only is our universe expanding, but with the LHC online we may even find the elusive Higgs Boson soon. Tune in this Sunday for a discussion about the very small and very large in our universe with two prominent physicists: Keith Olive, Physicist at the U of M’s Theoretical Physics Institute, and Jim Peebles,…

Blog Carnivals

Carnival of Feminists #65 Carnival of Education, #190 Announcement: New Book Review Blog Carnival Social Media Blog Carnival – September 24, 2008 Carnival Of The Liberals, #74 Working at Home Blog Carnival-104th Edition Four Stone Hearth Anthropology Blog Carnival Carnival of Eastern European Genealogy – First (Given) Names Carnival of Cinema: Episode 94 – The…

Important technology movies

It has been a while since I’ve updated you on the latest very important technology movies. If you are PC, don’t bother watching. You won’t like any of these They are below the fold.

By model I mean model explaining the origins of agriculture, and you can read all about this hot number right here at ABW. And while you are working on that mind boggling concept, consider the role of r-strategists in your garden. Science in action. Almost diamonds explains how it is al connected. Pay attention: Monetarism…

How the LHC works

(BTW: It does not “straddle both France and Switzerland” … it straddles the border.) Totally stolen from ABATC

A lot of people think the debate was pretty even. Obama supporters liked Obama, McCain supporters liked McCain, I assume (that is utterly obvious). But what matters is the effect on uncommitted voters. Aside from the effects of the three major gaffs that McCain made (the cost to him, to his party, and to our…

Technology Tidbits

Which operating system is best for you? Tired of the OS wars between Mac, Linux and that other one? Try one of these OS’s. Richard Stallman will be speaking at the University of Minnesota on October 21st (Thanks for the tip, Ben) Today, by the way, is the day Stallman announced the GNU project back…