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Sunday Discussion: The Benefits Of Being A Naturalist Presentation

This might be a controversial presentation and infographic.  But since this is a Sunday Discussion, I thought it was a good time to make something some people will enjoy, and something some people might have never heard of.   82 more words

Sunday Discussion

A Sex Tape Like No Other

Today I saw a sex tape like nothing you’ve ever seen before. It was a sex tape that was incredibly explicit yet it didn’t invade anyone’s privacy, identify or embarrass anyone. 733 more words

Sex

The elusive materiality of the human body

I am back from the EAA 20th Conference and soon there will be a review posted on the AP:Online Journal in Public Archaeology blog. In the meantime, between an article which needs to be written (on the materiality of the osteoarchaeological body and the constitution of the anthropological body in early 20th century Romania), some administrative stuff (the nemesis of researchers) and boredom, I decided to update this blog (neglected for too long!) with fragments of the articles I am reading. 218 more words

Rand and Ambrose's Falmouth study is noise, not signal

Stephen Ambrose and Robert Rand are US acousticians who believe that wind turbine noise is somehow uniquely making people sick. In 2011, they were contracted by Bruce McPherson, a… 1,041 more words

Wind Turbines

Caffeine Isn't Killing You Slowly, Is It?

Why do regular coffee drinkers seem to need more and more coffee to maintain the buzz? Can coffee actually kill you?

by Anthony Domanico

On the chemical level, caffeine is structurally similar to adenosine, a chemical that makes us sleepy.

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Cambridge

The Body: Issues and Objects

This course will provide students a studious atmosphere to create representations of the human body and related objects as a means of sculptural expression.

Throughout this class I hope to hone my observational skills.

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Art