On May 27, I went kicking and screaming to my very first colonoscopy. I don’t know why, but for some reason I got roped into my first physical in, er,… Read more »
A nurse has recorded the top five regrets of the dying. They include: 1. I wish I had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life… Read more »
This is going to be interesting. Check out what they cover. Ever wonder what’s in the textbooks that have been influenced by creationist-style curriculum? After screening The Revisionaries… Read more »
This article needs to be circulated far and wide, it explains what’s probably happening when you “like” viral Facebook posts. So what’s going on? Well, in the social media age,… Read more »
After teaming with KFC with their “Pink Bucket” campaign, I’m hardly surprised that Komen for the Cure would do this. Send your donation dollars elsewhere. I’ve been doing that for… Read more »
Hector was my little white rat. He was kind, gentle, and very affectionate. Now science has evidence that Hector isn’t the only kind-hearted rattie. Click here. 🙂
I’d have to disagree. Thanks, Mr. Minchin!
Yup. I’m late on this one, but better late than never, eh?
A sobering map, to be sure. See how your state/county compares.
SETI has been defunded. Here are Carl Sagan’s thoughts.
Amazing. Simply amazing. Profoundly sad, too. Two places on our planet ruined for 20,000+ years. Here’s the link.
But this is awesome. Makes me fall in love with the sky all over again. 🙂
A photo essay of the Chernobyl site. Be sure to hit “play” after the introduction to see the whole thing. Twenty (plus) photos plus commentary. My heart breaks for the… Read more »