Monthly Archives: April 2014

Carnivalia — 4/09 – 4/22

Last week’s Carnivalia wandered off into the weeds, so today you get a double-dose of (mostly) science-related blog carnivals… Continue reading

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The scientific tourist #313 — terror bird from Brazil

Another interesting specimen on display at Seattle’s Burke Museum — this time, a cast of an ancient Brazilian “terror bird”… Continue reading

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The scientific tourist #312 — Broken Arrows

Two interesting bits of history on display at the National Museum of Nuclear Science and History — the casings of two bombs involved in the 1966 Palomares incident… Continue reading

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Carnivalia — 4/02 – 4/08

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

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The scientific tourist #311 — Ammonite

Another excellent fossil on display at the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture in Seattle, Washington — this one, an Ammonite… Continue reading

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Carnivalia — 3/26 – 4/01

The past week’s crop of science-related blog carnivals for your reading pleasure… Continue reading

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The scientific tourist #310 — the Stuka

On display in the Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago, Illinois — it’s one of only two surviving Stuka dive bombers… Continue reading

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