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Researchers in France have just published a description of a new tool for ecological scientists. As Nature Methods explains in an accompanying press package: Animals disperse from their habitats for a variety of reasons, including environmental change and habitat fragmentation … Continue reading
I’m an atheist, but for social reasons I occasionally have to sit through a church service. This past Easter, I did it again, and found the sermon particularly interesting, though not in the way the pastor intended. Visiting a common … Continue reading
Some fundamentalists have apparently decided that the Rapture will occur on 21 May 2011. I hope they’re right this time, so we can finally be rid of them.
At first, I thought I’d accidentally clicked over to The Onion. Then I realized it was the Los Angeles Times: Pope Benedict XVI arrived Thursday in Britain to an enthusiastic reception by fellow Roman Catholics and promptly warned the country … Continue reading
Researchers in Cardiff, Wales are reporting an interesting correlation: Doctors in the Christmas issue published on bmj.com today are urging the Vatican’s medical team to keep a special watch over the Pope this Christmas, after their research investigating the link … Continue reading