Collection of writers trying to communicate science.
MostlyScience's Latest Posts
This is the atomic resolution top-down structure of the neuraminidase protein found on the surface of the Influenza virus (individual spheres represent individual atoms). Neuraminidase is the protein, along with haemagglutinin which allows for the nomenclature of naming strains of Influenza (i.e. H1N1). These are key proteins used by the virus to establish and maintain […] The post A structural example of Influenza virus mutation appeared first on MostlyScience.
Recently a reader asked us the below question- “I would like to know what fallacy this is: It cannot be proven that there are not other life forms living in the caves of Mars, therefore I cannot believe that there is no life on Mars.” This is known as the “Argument from Ignorance” […] The post Logical Fallacy Question Time appeared first on MostlyScience.
Recently I was asked by a friend in Indonesia why there seems to be a growing rejection of science-based medical marvels such as vaccination in my own highly developed country of Australia. This is actually something that concerns me greatly The post Thoughts out loud: Anti-intellectualism and the issue of Vaccination appeared first on MostlyScience.
Log in to leave a comment