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- Ancient optical communication networks
- The best bookstore for kids
- Anselm Kieifer's "Hortus Philosophorum" in Rome
- Kew Gardens celebrates collecting the seeds of 10 per cent of the world's wild plants
- Guest: Στέφανος Σταμέλλος. Καλιακούδα από Ανιάδα, Καταφύγιο, Κορυφή.
- Live - maybe - Forever with your Bionic Body Parts.
- Μια εξαιρετική πρόταση «Να πώς θα ζωντανέψει το Πάρκο Τρίτση»
- Scientists, politicians and campaigners, have proposed suspending Canada from Commonwealth because of its climate policy.
Author Archives: Athena
…. and time for a bit of spring cleaning! After five years this blog is closing. The world is changing…. I am changing. It’s time to move on… new ideas, new interests, new activities. So long and thanks for all … Continue reading
“The energy used in thinking seems to have a chemical origin….” wrote the English philosopher Bertrand Russell. “For instance, a deficiency of iodine will turn a clever man into an idiot. Mental phenomena seem to be bound up with material … Continue reading
UCLA ESS 15 ocean/climate science communication project by Thomas Li. Sung by Thomas Li and featuring Ryan Yoo on rap vocals. Parody of “Glad You Came”, by The Wanted. Continue reading
Being human, most scentists conferm to the psychological Principle of Certainty Continue reading
Biologists have many problems to solve. For each of them they have clear answers — usually too many answers. Continue reading
If you’re the most intelligent person in the room . . . you’re in the wrong room. Continue reading
The humble sea urchin could hold the key to turning harmful greenhouse gas carbon dioxide into chalk on an industrial scale, British scientists have revealed. Continue reading
Britain is storing an “extraordinary accumulation of hazardous nuclear waste” in “outdated facilities” which will cost nearly £70bn to clean up, MPs have warned the Government. Almost all of the major nuclear-decommissioning projects at the Sellafield complex in Cumbria are … Continue reading
It’s been a while since the last time I wrote a blog post. Things have been pretty hectic lately… Continue reading
From the Antarctic Ocean Acidification UK Cruise Press Release – 07 January 2013 To begin 2013 with a big bang, a team of thirty scientists, from eight of the UK’s top research laboratories, will be setting out on an oceanographic … Continue reading