The website 3 quarks daily is having a contest for best blog post of the past year! The only rules? It must have been written since May 24, 2008. Check out the full contest rules here. You’re here at scienceblogs, and you’ve got a chance to help pick the winner!
The best science blog post of the year contest is underway, and they will be accepting nominations by simply doing the following:
The nominating process is hereby declared open. Please nominate your favorite blog entry in the field of the natural and social sciences by placing the URL for the blogpost (the permalink) in the comments section of this post. You may also add a brief comment describing the entry and saying why you think it should win.
There are many great posts out there, on my site and on others, but I am not above making a few suggestions, depending on what you’re interested in. In fact, over the last two months, I may recommend to you the following:
- How WFPC2 changed our view of stars,
- How Hubble’s old camera allowed us to count the number of galaxies in the Universe,
- Just how much energy comes along with an asteroid strike,
- Why the world is safe from the LHC,
- How human have affected the Earth by emitting Carbon Dioxide, or simply
- The beauty of Earth as photographed from Space.
If you’d like to take a look at my old site, those posts are eligible too. I’d love to know which posts were your favorites, and I’ll try to post more like it! And, of course, if you have any suggestions as to what would make a fantastic blog post, I am always looking for exciting new topics, too. Thanks for being a part of this great site!