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Why I Marched for Science

On Saturday I, along with many others, marched for science. As a concerned citizen, I felt it was my duty to support the science community. I’ve listed a few of the reasons I participated. 338 more words

Jobs of the week: April 14, 2017

Are you marching for science next Saturday? I am.

Speaking of science, the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) is looking for a Program Associate in the Research Competitiveness Program (RCP). 241 more words

Quote of the Week

“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world.” – Margaret Mead

Other Cultures

I have been rereading Yasunari Kawabata’s Beauty and Sadness and came across the following description which made me think. It comes early in the story about a middle-aged man, Oki Toshio, who has been sitting by the window reflecting on his first love from whom he separated 20 years since: 794 more words

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Our Welcome to Baluan Island, Papua New Guinea

Formed by a now extinct volcano, Baluan Island is the southernmost of the Admiralty Islands.  The volcano’s eruption left rocks and boulders strewn all over the island, and the locals refer to it as the “palaces of stones.”  These stones mark the end of many unlucky visitors, who were sacrificed on these natural altars.  638 more words


First came Marg



Margaret Mead was an American cultural anthropologist from the 1970s.

The winning quote

and #bytheway

Margaret is a female first name, originally derived from Persian “Morvared” meaning Pearl and in… 43 more words