Blogs I Like
These are some of the favorite Science blogs of our editor Maria Sosa.
Tychogirl: The primary focus of this blog is astropoetry, but aslo includes other items of interest for poets and amateur astronomers. Image: January 1921 sky map (from the Review of Popular Astronomy) overlays Daniel Fabryckys 2012 Kepler Orrery II.
From WTF Evolution. “I really don’t want anyone to eat this wattle cup caterpillar.” “Sure, evolution, that’s understandable.” “I’m going to put some huge spikes on it.” “Okay.” “Now I’m going to put more spikes on the spikes.” “… okay.” “And I’ll make them sting!” “Fair.” “And I’ll color the whole thing like a bad acid trip.” “That might be overkill, but all ri
Philosophically Disturbed is Magdeline Lum's excellent blog about science and science communication.
The Tinkering Studio is an immersive, active, creative place at the Exploratorium where museum visitors can slow down, become deeply engaged in an investigation of scientific phenomena, and make something—a piece of a collaborative chain reaction, for example—that represents their ideas and aesthetic.