This time of year, it’s appropriate to think of things to be thankful for. This being an ocean-focused blog, I’d like to share something ocean-related that I’m thankful for, and hopefully spread a little Ocean Optimism in the process. What I’m thankful for is that Carcharocles megalodon is extinct. This may not seem like cause […]
In un articolo apparso su Astrophysical Journal Letters, due astronomi sperano di svelare le origini dei lampi-gamma, o gamma-ray burst (GRB), corti o di breve durata con l’ausilio di giganteschi ‘microfoni’ spaziali. I due ricercatori della Scuola di Fisica e Astronomia della Cardiff University stanno cercando di capire come potrebbe presentarsi l’eventuale ‘suono’ che si dovrebbe sentire quando i rivelatori LIGO e … […]
By Stefan Klein Synopsis: This revelatory tour de force by an acclaimed and internationally bestselling science writer upends our understanding of “survival of the fittest”—and invites us all to think and act more altruistically. The phrase […]
This post is with thanks to Rejected Princesses who did all the hard research and translations to tell us about this remarkable woman.
If you’ve always identified with Ursula over Ariel, thought Maleficent was really not that bad or would actually really like to see Yzma on the throne then Queen Ranavalona is really the woman for you. This woman started life as a peasant and became supreme ruler and Queen. She fought off colonial rule, started one of the first industrial