Bayer wins early U.S. approval for colon cancer drug — This will be my fourth chemo 'bullet' when we need it in a year or so.
Ancient Burial Cloth Provides Clues To Bronze Age Trade
Bird brains? Crows remember your face (and know you’re hiding in there) — Crows are more like us than we might have guessed.
Awakener — Ballast gardens? Wow. A thoughtful, interesting piece from BLDGBLOG.
Demolishing Heisenberg with clever math and experiments — Good, general measurement choices eliminate uncertainty. The headline is slightly misleading, The story doesn't describe an unseating of the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, but more of a partial end run around it within specific quantum domains. Still pretty interesting stuff.
Embracing 3-D Printers, Manufacturer Tells Customers to Print Their Own Replacement Parts — Unfortunately, they don't mean body parts Yet. (Via
Displaying the Dinosaurs of the Digital Age
Lowering Life’s Chances on Super-Earths
Also Nazis, Part 2 — Jim Wright on the conservative crazy. As usual, in their own words. I literally don't understand how thinking human beings can believe some of the things Republicans mouth every day. This isn't just a difference of political opinion or worldview. Some of it is deeply insane truth-twisting.
The GOP’s problem isn’t just the salesman. It’s what he’s selling. — Maybe the luster is finally wearing off the conservative crazy.
The Time for Defining Moments Has Passed — Conservative commentator Daniel Larison on Romney's presidential campaign issues.
?otD: Did you leave a note to lead him on?
Writing time yesterday: 1.0 hours (2,000 words on novelette)
Body movement: 0.5 hour stationary bike ride
Hours slept: 7.5 (interrupted, with napping)
Currently reading: Heartland by Mark Teppo