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Bakelite for Breakfast, 1926
(from American Plastic)
Interesting add. No surprises, bakelite’s a great insulator. For the longest time they housed car batteries in this material. I’m sure it has very interesting history of use.
I want a button under the table, that I can press for service. I don’t care what it is made of.
I’ve dropped some hints in the past that my relationship with ScienceBlogs would be…altered.
The old saw that ‘we hang together or we get hung separately‘ is a perfect description…
Links for you. Science:
Underground river ‘Rio Hamza’ discovered 4km beneath the Amazon
What do accommodationists do…
Recently, The New York Times published an op-ed calling for curricular changes in K-12 math education:
Links for you.
Another Scientist Calls Out Sen. Coburn’s Misleading, Juvenile “Report”
XMRV: ITS EVERYWHERE! UUUUUGH! ITS IN…