- Everything I Need To Know About Science I Learned From Watching "The Lost Skeleton Of Cadavra"
It's not often you can boil down complicated abstract ideas about science or culture into simple concepts everyone can understand. Gems like "for every reaction there is an equal and opposite reaction" don't come along every day. But ...
Article - Cash Simpson - Oct 31 2017 - 1:47pm
- Scientific Blogging's Official Costume Contest
The deadline is fast approaching! Send us pictures of your best Halloween Costume to win Official Scientificblogging stuff! PRIZES First Place: Scientificblogging Sweatshirt Second Place: Scientificblogging Shirt Third Place: Scientificblogging Mug Deadli ...
Blog Post - Jen Palmares Meadows - Oct 28 2008 - 12:52pm
- The Science Of Halloween, Science 2.0 Style
Vampires, Mummies, Ghosts, Zombies- we have it all today. We even have costumes. Why? Halloween, like everything else great in life, has a science aspect to it. ...
Article - Hank Campbell - Oct 4 2010 - 6:20pm
- Mister Doctor Prof
I don't get too concerned about things such as titles, but I have noticed that this year a more substantial number of students has been sending emails addressed to "Mr. Gregory". I don't know if the students this year are unaware that m ...
Blog Post - T. Ryan Gregory - Nov 13 2008 - 3:17pm
- The House Drinking Game!
If you are like me, then you are excited for Tuesdays because you look forward to watching House every week. If you shout your own diagnosis at the TV screen and marvel in awe when they finally figure out the ailment (and more so because you have an idea w ...
Article - Erin Richards - Nov 17 2008 - 5:22pm
- Christmas Shopping Advice You Won't Be Using For 2008
From Esquire magazine, 1949: "A word to the wives is sufficient. And the word is NO. When you have serious shopping to do, leave the pretty things at home. They can call in a few harpies from the neighborhood, set up a Kaffee-klatsch, tear a few re ...
Blog Post - Hank Campbell - Dec 9 2008 - 12:58pm
- A Rush To Chocolate: English Toffee From A 90 Year Old Family Recipe Inspires Pseudo-science
Chocolate toffee came to America from England in the 1920s with Heath, Hammond, and Jane Royce who made the treat from an old family recipe for family and friends. When her time came, Jane took the highly coveted recipe with her to her grave, and that woul ...
Article - Diana Deregnier - Dec 10 2008 - 9:40pm
- The new "Ted Turner" song
"Ted" calls his name Service is his fame Turner turned World News Into a 24-7 game! As the world turns So Ted's passion burns Humanity loves him such His charity widely churns. Ted must love hilarity Color B&W to clarity Why to fuss her ...
Blog Post - Hatice Cullingford - Dec 15 2008 - 2:20am
- A Shock For Rock- Head Banging Is Bad For Your Head (And Falling For This Is Bad For Your IQ)
It must be December. Those cheeky pranksters at BMJ are at it again, this time releasing an authentic-looking study that says head banging is bad for your head. Let's see how many media publications that basically print news releases without bothe ...
Article - News Staff - Dec 18 2008 - 10:47am
- UFO Religion Forced To Cancel Mega-Orgy- And Other Christmas Stories
What happened to tolerance and diversity? The Raelian movement, a UFO religion who believe we were created by aliens, were going to promote world peace by having tons and tons of sex but they had to cancel it due to pressure. I mean literally tons of ...
Blog Post - Hank Campbell - Dec 24 2008 - 7:54pm