Monthly Archives: March 2014

Carnivalia — 3/19 – 3/25

The past week’s selection of science-related blog carnivals… Continue reading

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The scientific tourist #309 — removed as part of NAGPRA

In the midst of a display of Mimbres pottery, the Maxwell Museum of Anthropology has this… somewhat passive agressive comment on NAGPRA… Continue reading

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Carnivalia — 3/12 – 3/18

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

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The scientific tourist #308 — salt layers

A look at layers in the walls at the Kansas Underground Salt Museum in Hutchinson, Kansas…. Continue reading

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Carnivalia — 2/26 – 3/11

I missed last week, so this week you get a double-dose of (mostly) science-related blog carnivals… Continue reading

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The scientific tourist #307 — Snark cruise missile

Here, you see a Snark cruise missile — another interesting chapter in Cold War aviation history… Continue reading

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The scientific tourist #306 — everyday (Roman) currency

Courtesy of the “A Day in Pompeii” traveling exhibition, here’s a nice array of imperial Roman currency… Continue reading

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