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The first batch of book reviews, interviews, etc., about Strange Survivors

Oh boy, Am I loving this writing adventure! Thanks to the good people of BenBella Books my new book, Strange Survivors is out! I feel truly blessed and excited, and I am enjoying this! 403 more words


Why are you reading and why am I writing? A forward

Babies stare at things that are new to them, but also get bored quickly. This is called dishabituation and habituation and is how a lot of research on infants is done. 670 more words


In Response to Bad Science

This post is from an assignment I turned in a few semesters ago. It’s in response to a piece of writing used by the professor of that class as an example of both bad writing and bad science. 878 more words


Winter weathers influence on wildfires

As snow blanketed areas of Colorado in February, the lack of snowpack, and its impact on the fire season ahead was the focus for a group of fire experts near Denver. 1,164 more words

University Of Colorado Journalism

Planet of Microbes by Ted Anton: Links Depression/Anxiety to Gut

If you watch the Big Bang Theory, read the Science section of the New York Times and live on the line where nature meets poetry, Planet of Microbes: The Perils and Potential of Earth’s Essential Life Forms by Ted Anton will engage you in the history and future of microbes. 324 more words

Stephen Hawking: My Brief Encounter Remains a Lifetime Memory

On this day, March 14, 2018, Professor Stephen Hawking died at age 76. It was ironically the same month and day as Albert Einstein’s birth… 457 more words

In Memoriam

Biophysics week special: Tiny Bacterial Clocks

Hi all,

Its Biophysics Week! This means that I am going to be writing about some awesome biophysics topics on my blog this week. The timing is perfect; just a month ago I attended the Biophysical society meeting in San Francisco and have fresh material to report in these posts. 417 more words