Monthly Archives: January 2011

The scientific tourist #159 — Arsinoitherium Zitteli

Today you get two images of a critter with two horns — Arsinoitherium Zitteli

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Casual Friday — how film is made

It may not be with us for much longer — so why not spend a few minutes watching photographic film being made?

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Casual Friday — NASA Day of Remembrance

NASA Television’s video remembrance of the Apollo 1, Challenger, and Columbia crews…

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Carnivalia — 1/19 – 1/25

The past week’s crop of (mostly) science-related blog carnivals…

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The scientific tourist #158 — an Orca, airborne

In case you ever wondered what a transparent, flying Orca would look like — feast your eyes on this…

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Casual Friday — walking in circles

Why can’t we walk straight? A great explanation via animation, from NPR…

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Carnivalia — 1/12 – 1/18

The past week’s haul of science-related blog carnivals is a bit skinny, but makes up for scant quantity with high quality reading for you…

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The scientific tourist #157 — family dining, goat style…

I’ll freely admit that this is something I’d never expected to see on vacation — a family of mountain goats getting their minerals from a cliff face…

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Carnivalia — 1/05 – 1/11

The past week’s crop of (mostly) science-related blog carnivals: New Yard of Bones (The Boneyard carnival) Carnival of Mathematics #73 – Chuck Norris Edition Four Stone Hearth: Volume 110 Grand Rounds 1.11.11 — It’s Complicated I and the Bird #141 … Continue reading

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The scientific tourist #156 — the Moore Creek bridge

So how do you build a bridge that not only crosses a canyon, but in the process crosses an active fault line too?

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