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Ten things you may or may not have known about the Nobel Prize

One pleasant surprise I had visiting Stockholm was the Nobel Museum. It’s a small museum, and for the sake of time I had originally decided to give it a pass…. 886 more words

Travel

Microbiome...What Did You Say?

The first time I heard the term microbiome during my training to become a Certified Health Coach I looked it up to see what it meant. 738 more words

Vegan

Man Finds God's Shit ... Still Waiting for Nobel Prize

Joshua Feuerstein is at it again — spreading videos that promise so much more than they deliver.

This blog, I promise you, is not just dedicated to making a fool of Mr. 471 more words

Joshua Feuerstein

"Digging" by Seamus Heaney

Between my finger and my thumb

The squat pen rests; snug as a gun.

Under my window, a clean rasping sound

When the spade sinks into gravelly ground: 192 more words

Poetry

DNA: Life’s blueprint.

Today is the birthday of Rosalind Franklin, whose pioneering work on X-ray diffraction of DNA was crucial in determining its structure.

What is it?

DNA is the pieces of code we receive from our parents that make us all unique, life’s master plan or blueprint, the molecules that contain information necessary to make up a living being… 245 more words

Biological Structures

Dillinger Escape Plan Still Calculating Infinity

NEW JERSEY — Fifteen years after they started the mathematical experiment, mathcore band The Dillinger Escape Plan are still calculating infinity.

Trapped in an underground laboratory housing super-calculators the size of four Marshall amplifiers, chief number-cruncher Ben Weinman said, “We’re making good progress. 380 more words

General Weirdness