Having trouble connecting with someone in your life? Know this. Every person you meet desires the same things: 1. To be loved. 2. To be seen. 3. To be happy. 4. To feel like they matter. This is true for the difficult relative you can’t get along with. It’s true of your boss, your kids, and […]
In a recent post, we discussed the description of two new Costa Rican anoles, but didn’t draw attention to the fact that all members of the A. pachypus species complex exhibit dewlap dichromatism, with the dewlaps of males and females differing within a species. Shown here are differences in A. tropidolepis (top) and A. pachypus (bottom). The images on the right […]
When working in remote areas gets ugly Originally published by Sarah Jane here: http://www.riskologyconsulting.com.au Working in remote areas can be lonely at times, but a lot can happen, when you’re alone in a tin box with four wheels under you travelling at over 100km per hour, in the blink of an eye. If you have […]
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Scientists have modeled a methane-based life-form that could exist without oxygen and theoretically thrive in the hostile environment of Titan, one of Saturn’s icy moons. Titan has a highly pressurised nitrogen and methane atmosphere, and is the only other planetary body in our Solar System with naturally occurring liquid on its surface. It has three methane seas near its northern pole, a feature that was confirmed after the Cassini spacecraft made a flyby in 2006.