When I was doing my MS, I ended up getting a research assistantship working in the same place as Mike (which is, of course, where I now am working). There was one person higher up in the ranks who would occasionally see us having lunch together and would exclaim, “There’s the Dynamic Duo!” This person […]
Protoplanetary disks around young stars are the sites of planetary formation. Their detailed information has been obtained by recent high spatial resolution infrared and optical observations from both ground and […]
Some absolutely lovely leftovers for you today. Make sure you check out Melba Ketchum’s thoughts on Doubtful News at the bottom (where it belongs). Adam ‘The Monster Hunter’ searches for hidden animals. JURY QUICKLY CONVICTS WOMAN IN FALSE RAPE TRIAL via News from The Associated Press. The Onion Fools Many With ‘Stop-And-Kiss’ Parody Video [WATCH]. Don’t… Source: Doubtful News
As part of Hofstra University’s Pride and Purpose Debates, last night they presented a formal debate titles “Should the US Enact Stronger Regulations against Genetically Modified Crops?” Speaking for the affirmative were Michael Hansen, Ph.D., the chief staff scientist of Consumer’s Union, and Bhavani Jaroff, a chef and green foods activist, and speaking in opposition were Professor Kevin Folta, the interim chair of the Department of Horticultural Sciences at the […]
From the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics: Yuma, Ariz., and El Centro, Calif., had the highest unemployment rates in October, 31.9 percent and 25.2 percent, respectively. These folks are getting a lot of Colorado River water. There’s seasonality to the resulting ag work economies, but really, this is a graph of economic suckage:
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