Some picys…

First Kittiwake eggs (Jamie Coleman) Sandwich Terns galore (Jamie Coleman)Swallows on the move (Jamie Coleman)



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I’ve got your missing links right here (30 April 2011) | Not Exactly Rocket Science

Top thirteen picksEuthanasia Coaster – how to design an actual killer coaster, by Jennifer Ouellette. Note, this post features Fabio vs a gooseSmash moons together rip Saturn’s rings off destroy universes yeeaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhA neurologist finishes his last paper, on the disease … Continue reading



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Euthanasia Coaster
Smash moons together
finishes his last paper
lyrebirds as historians
this atrocity from Cell
Not Exactly Royal Wedding Science
inbreeding among bees
axe murders and death pits
a story that shouldn?t have been written
Tiger Moms v Orchid Children
How sorting out hookworm infections

NewsBusters on Biased Reasoning and Conspiracies | The Intersection

NewsBusters, the conservative media watchdog website (“Exposing & Combating Liberal Media Bias”), has slammed the recent MSNBC segment about birthers, conspiracy theories, and biases. Or as they put it:MSNBC Panel Equates ‘Pathological’ Global Warming Skeptics to BirthersGood grief. The other … Continue reading



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slammed
recent MSNBC segment
even question
Jon Krosnick

Libertarian Party of Canada candidate for BC Parliament: Taxation is Theft

Excerpt from British Columbia Paper DeltaOptimist.com, Delta-Richmond East, “Libertarian looks to reduce taxes, gov’t” April 30:The Libertarian Party proposes to reduce both taxes and the size of government. It says it would also remove restrictions on personal and economic freedoms … Continue reading



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libertarian.ca

Severe storms over U.S. seen from space | Bad Astronomy

On April 27, 2011, huge storms spawned enormous tornadoes which swept across the southeastern U.S., doing severe damage and killing over 200 people. It was the worst natural disaster in the U.S. since Hurricane Katrina in 2005. The NASA/NOAA Geostationary … Continue reading



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The animation below
this situation
a lot of political noise
Comic takedown of global warming denial