I’ll be thinking of Nancy M. Johnson’s invention today as I eat ice cream with my lunch. And afternoon snack. And dinner.
“To fully plumb the depths of my heart requires more than a single bar graph.”
I’ve developed a real soft place in my heart for soft foods. So for today’s topic, I thought we’d talk about how to soften up other tough muscles! With science! Get pumped.
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“While I in no way want to distract from the important conversations going on about anti-Black racism in America, I think it’s also pertinent for us to deconstruct some of the tools and techniques being used by the police to maintain control. So today we’re going to talk about tear gas.”
A Cinderella story, with less bibbidi bobbidi and a lot more astronomy.
It’s going to take a lot of creative solutions to get us where we need to be.
While it’s certainly true that one would face numerous logistical difficulties in carrying out murder via poison inside a prison, the rest of the advice in this Orange is the New Black segment is, um, hit or miss.
I’m rarely (never?) interested in cars, but Tesla’s announcement just made the field a lot more interesting. So that’s something.
What can virtual reality, automotive safety standards, and anatomy textbooks tell us about the way sexism works in 2014?
VIDEO: Why you should never use silicone lube on a silicone dildo.
At its core, science is a willingness to believe that the universe is knowable. That if we ask the right questions and follow the evidence, we can get to the bottom of how things are, and why.
Today we pause, momentarily, for a half-step sideways into the intersection of two other awesome international spectacles intermittently fraught with weird political controversy: science and the gayest Olympic sport since the IOC dropped wrestling.
“I think the root of the problem is that our society immediately writes off anything perceived as feminine or relating to women. While funneling more women into STEM fields may produce marginal gains, it actually leaves the underlying issue — male privilege — largely untouched.”