While this video by NonStampCollector—a videomaker previously unknown to me—may strike you as a visual comic, it really is a serious attempt to show and explain the differences between two of the canonical gospels: Mark (the first to be written) and Luke (an altered copy of the stories in Mark). Based on sources like Bart […]
via How the Gospel of Luke came to be — Why Evolution Is True
Must read more things like this 2k19!
Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach. I came across an interesting 2014 paper called “The energy balance over land and oceans: an assessment based on direct observations and CMIP5 climate models“. In it, they make a number of comparisons between observational data and 43 climate models regarding the large-scale energy flows of the planet. Here’s a typical…
via Global Energy Balances … Except When It Doesn’t — Watts Up With That?
A big trend in remote work is the rise of female digital nomads. So, what is a digital nomad and why does it appeal to working women?
via Female Digital Nomads: A New Era of Working Women — When Women Inspire
Thinking back about the whole duck mishigaas last year, I realize it was a mixture of joy, terror, and anxiety. Mostly joy, as I got to make friends and commune with real wild birds. But also terror and pain, as when I had to retrieve a drowned duckling and watch another one die in my […]
via I miss my ducks — Why Evolution Is True
I’m not very sentimental, but this is ugh.. I can’t even..
We’ve long known that plant seeds can remain viable not only after floating a long time in fresh or salt water, but also when passing through the guts of birds, including waterfowl. In fact, I believe that at least half of the plants that arrive on oceanic islands, later to form new species, come from […]
via Flowering plants remain viable after passing through the guts of waterfowl — Why Evolution Is True
This is a rare Darwinesque find. Read.
I received a review copy from the publisher. This does not affect the contents of my review and all opinions are my own. Lies by T.M. Logan Mogsy’s Rating: 3.5 of 5 stars Genre: Thriller, Mystery Series: Stand Alone Publisher: St. Martin’s Press (September 11, 2018) Length: 418 pages Author Information: Website | Twitter Unassuming Joe Lynch might not be […]
via Book Review: Lies by T.M. Logan — The BiblioSanctum
Guest Essay by Kip Hansen Long ago and far away — that is, in August of last year and in the scientific field called Demography — a great controversy arose and sparked calls for a retraction and accusations of a scholarly paper falling “outside the bounds of scholarly decorum” and labeling its findings as […]
via Morally Irresponsible Science — Watts Up With That?