Category Archives: Science Fact

Geographers Had Predicted Osama’s Possible Whereabouts – ScienceInsider

Here’s something interesting, from Science Insider. In 2009, Geographers Used a Probabilistic Ecosystem model to Predict Osama’s Possible Whereabouts. They came really close, too. Science, you do us proud. Share this:

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Fifty Years of Space Flight

From the Christian Science Monitor: Yuri Gagarin went into space 50 years ago. When will you get your turn?. If only! Share this:

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Life Savers

David Roberts of Grist points out that the story of the man who donned scuba gear and swam through the tsunami to save his wife isn’t the only, or even the most important, act of heroism that saved lives in … Continue reading

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How Species Save Our Lives – NYTimes.com

A good reminder. How Species Save Our Lives. Share this:

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Amazing Women: “I’m a Scientist AND I Play One On TV”

Here’s a great article about some really impressive women. Natalie Portman, Oscar Winner, Was Also a Precocious Scientist – NYTimes.com. I’d known about Hedy Lamar and Danika McKellar, but not Natalie Portman and Mayim Bialek. Very cool stuff, very inspiring. … Continue reading

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