Archives for July 22, 2010

From The Sb Diaspora

The story of Bora and Sci, two bloggers you may have heard of. OMG, bugs AND cool graphs in the same post. And, for something quit serious: Exercise and Peripheral Artery Disease

“Hollywood is controlled by secular Jews who hate Christianity…And I’m not afraid to say it. ” … so THAT’s why they hate Mel Gibson? Follow the bouncing logic here. When I was a kid, I collected stamp. I loved it. Then, one day, my uncle sent me a box of ash from a volcano that…

Where all the crap on the Internet is excluded, so your results are from the kind of sites you actually want to use as sources of information? CLICK HERE and bookmark that page!

An American Funeral

Recently I witnessed something remarkable-yet altogether ordinary. I had the honor of being invited to a family’s memorial service a while ago. While not a member of this family, I am very close to one member and through him knew the deceased. To the others, Sylvia was sister, sister-in-law, aunt, great-aunt, and relationships extending outward…

GIVE BORA MONEY

Just do it. You were planning to give your favorite candidate 50 bucks, and 10 bucks to the Girl Scouts or whatever, and maybe a few bucks to some other cause over the next six months. Well, divert five, ten bucks (or if you’re loaded, make it large) as an expression of appreciation to Bora.…

… by people who really know how to tell a fortune… Ask us any question you want! And we’ll answer it for you! We’ll have tarot cards! Palm readings! A crystal* ball! And dowsing pendulums (courtesy of SurlyRamics)! You can even attend out pseudoworkshop “5 minute Google: How to impress your drunk ass friends with…

Remember Evolutionary Psychology? The theory? It’s over.

The Scienceblogs Strike is Over

Or at least, Greg Laden’s Blog is no longer on strike. There is a scheduled phone conversation today between an elite subset of bloggers and the management. I have no idea how the phone call will go (or went), but I’ve been promised a summary eventually.

There is a small but vocal movement of people who refuse to believe that skin cancer caused by sunlight is a significant health risk. These people tend to also believe that the risk is being purposely hyped by others, and that our current approach to skin cancer prevention is causing an epidemic of vitamin D…

On Friday, Paul Goldberg of The Cancer Letter reported on an investigation into Duke cancer researcher, Anil Potti, MD, and claims made that he was a Rhodes Scholar – in Australia. The misrepresentation was made on grant applications to NIH and the American Cancer Society. This is important. Read it on Terra Sigillata.