Green Tea and Velociraptors
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This was originally posted at: http://blogs.egu.eu/palaeoblog/?p=1178 If there was ever an overdue discussion in palaeontology, it was how we reconcile the differences in time scales when looking at different periods in our history. This is becoming increasingly more important as scientific … Continue reading →
This originally appeared at: http://blogs.egu.eu/palaeoblog/?p=1162 “I am sick of impact factors and so is science.” Stephen Curry said it best back in 2012. The impact factor is just one of the many banes of academia, from it’s complete misuse to being … Continue reading →
This originally appeared at: http://blogs.egu.eu/palaeoblog/?p=1152 Last night, I was honoured to have spoken at the final evening lecture at the Cambridge Science Festival, along with Nick Crumpton, Anjali Goswami, Rob Asher, and Stephanie Pierce, about why palaeontology is important. Below is … Continue reading →
Sharing this purely because it’s amazing. Hat-tip to John Hutchinson for sharing! This originally appeared at: http://blogs.egu.eu/palaeoblog/?p=1149Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Evolution, Fucking Awesome, John Hutchinson, Steampunk
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