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Resources For Learning About Skyscrapers

When we looked over this week’s special days (http://stilllearningsomethingnew.com/2014/08/29/special-days-in-september-2014/), the 3rd caught our attention, “Skyscraper Day”! This is a day to appreciate and admire the world’s tallest skyscrapers. 625 more words


Science Quotable: CDC Director Thomas Frieden gives grim reality and chilling warning about #Ebola outbreak

This isn’t just the countries’ problem, It’s a global problem. The level of outbreak is beyond anything we’ve seen—or even imagined.

The most upsetting thing I saw was what I didn’t see.

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Why Brownies? (Intro)

What does a laboratory have to do with brownies? Absolutely nothing. Except that both are major parts of my life. They’ve made a huge impact in their own respect.  622 more words


Slow Life

You might not think of coral as a particularly mobile creature of the ocean compared to the life of fish and sharks we are used to watching, but along with sponges and other “slow” marine creatures they have been brought to life in this stunning capture from… 224 more words


crestwind24 reblogged this on CauseScience and commented:

Amazing timelapse of corals from Daniel Stoupin!

The Scientific Method: Two Problems

By Mac Deaver

I want to mention two problems with what has been termed the “scientific method.” But before identifying the problems let me assure the reader that I am well aware of the fact that the “method” has over many years resulted in much benefit to the human family. 2,177 more words

By Mac Deaver