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Metrology: The Science of Measurement

As far back as I can remember, I've loved measuring things with accuracy and precision.  Electric current, Electric voltage, Electric resis…

Started by Idaho Spud

13 Jul 20, 2017
Reply by Plinius

time viewing

Partway through this article, and an old thought occurs.  I'm not a fan of science fiction that incorporates time travel as it's usually pr…

Started by jlaz

20 May 13, 2017
Reply by jlaz

Anthropology, Archaeology, Learning from history

I read this book a few months ago at the recommendation of an old friend and I wanted to pass along the recommendation here: A Short Histor…

Started by jlaz

2 May 10, 2017
Reply by jlaz

Rethinking the arrival of humans in North America

Team has discovered that humans may have been on this continent over 100,000 years earlier than previously thought https://www.sciencedail

Started by Andrew

4 Apr 27, 2017
Reply by Gary S

Corrupt Science

Climate Change in Trump’s Age of Ignorance We now live in a world where ignorance of a very dangerous sort is being deliberately manufactur…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

8 Apr 11, 2017
Reply by Grinning Cat

article - An ‘Earth-sized’ telescope takes aim at the first-ever image of a black hole

Hi all:A recent story of note: ‘Earth-siz…

Started by jlaz

2 Apr 8, 2017
Reply by Gary S

Science News: Religious participation may serve to strengthen social bonds

Another attempt to find a purpose for religion as a concept. While it is true that most attributes that remain with a species long term con…

Started by Sean Murphy

2 Mar 19, 2017
Reply by Andrew

Michelle Thaller on Science Denial

Must confess, I have been at best only peripherally aware of Michelle Thaller and her efforts to convey NASA's doings to the general public…

Started by Loren Miller

12 Mar 18, 2017
Reply by Andrew

Peas learn by association

Learning by Association in Plants Pea plants learned to grow in the direction associated with wind. Here we show that this type of learning…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

1 Jan 18, 2017
Reply by Sean Murphy

Hyperkeystone Species

By treating humans as an externality in ecosystem studies, we were missing that we were the final keystone species. This was a worse scient…

Started by Ruth Anthony-Gardner

2 Jan 18, 2017
Reply by Sean Murphy


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