April 18, 1906, and Alice Eastwood’s lunch bag hangs casually from a mastodon’s tusk while outside, a proud city burns. It’s the morning of the great San Continue Reading
Telomerase is one of those enzymes which just won’t let you come to a settled opinion. When it runs wild, it promotes cancer. But it also protects each Continue Reading
Hooray! More obscure herpetology humor!
Shortly after I’d written my last post (let’s not reflect on how long ago that was), I got tapped for a freelance project with Argonne National Laboratories. Continue Reading
It’s not what you say, it’s how you vibrate your opisthosoma while you’re saying it. – Ancient Peacock Spider Proverb. We humans tend to think Continue Reading
It’s sometime in the 1930s, and you’re walking into a ward full of crouching children with blue-tinted lips. Something is wrong with their hearts, something that is Continue Reading