Another story that you all won’t appreciate but it’s good to keep this in mind. Deadly spider nest found in bananas bought in Staffordshire | Stoke Sentinel. A STAFFORDSHIRE family were forced to flee their home after finding hundreds of potentially deadly spiders in a bunch of bananas. Father-of-two Jamie Roberts, 31, spotted white patches… Source: Doubtful News
Last month, a lot of newspapers and websites have been promoting this article on Nature referring to a recent preprint uploaded by Stephen W. […] Read moreThe post Hawking’s information preservation and weather forecasting mess appeared first on Mapping Ignorance.
Chemists are secretly doing applied category theory! When chemists list a bunch of chemical reactions like C + O₂ → CO₂ they are secretly describing a ‘category’. That shouldn’t be surprising. A category is simply a collection of things called objects together with things called morphisms going from one object to another, often written […]
Warming torso and forearms could reduce chilly temperatures' bite.
Mar 12 2014 - 10:15am
Karin Heineman, ISTV Executive Producer
Inside Science TV
Unable to display content. Adobe Flash is required. When I was doing my Ph.D. in the ancient days of the Sanger Method sequencing and reading in the results with one hand on the keyboard and reading the GATCs on the read (and going to the lab in the snow uphill both ways), my purpose for […]
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