Chances are you’re missing one of the most incredible sports stories ever.
Instead of paying any attention to B.o.B., read this short essay on conspiracy theories.
Top ten albums of 2015: 1) To Pimp a Butterfly, 2) To Pimp a Butterfly, 3) To Pimp a Butterfly… 10) To Pimp a Butterfly
Curse you, Google! Where the hell am I gonna find new Grime now?
I really, really wanted it to be good, I swear.
A new study confirms what you probably already assumed: going for a walk relieves stress.
If you don’t like the idea of folks carrying a gun on campus, you can protest by carrying something else that might actually get you arrested.
There’s the world, and then there’s the world of sex.
Fairly often, it seems, and with varying consequences.
Pascal wrote, “Too much and too little wine. Give him none, he cannot find truth; give him too much, the same,” so I recommend a reading this with a drink or two.
Recursive repetition of things that occur more than once, in the same and different orders, multiple times, repeatedly.
Was there ever really any doubt?
Some folks never disappoint, or always do, depending on your perspective.
The South is so obsessed with one short, horrible moment in its past that it continues to limit the inclusiveness of its future.
With what I imagine is a painful thud.
What the LaCour case reveals has less to do with peer review, replication, or publishing in general, and more to do with the types of research that we value.
Wait for it… wait for it…
The Science paper may just be the tip of the iceberg.
How does a completely made-up experiment end up in a major scientific publication, get covered by the media around the world, and even influence policy and practice? The answer is really simple, and really complicated.
Ludwig Wittgenstein, freed from OT exile, obsesses over ceilings and door handles.
It’s a video.
With so much stacked against them, this is not what people with depression needed.
Songs a long time coming.
Virginia Hughes, who was with Seed back when I was with ScienceBlogs and ScienceBlogs was with Seed, writes about the conversation she had with her mother about why she was not vaccinated as a child. Here’s what she got out of it.
With recent conversations about who is and who isn’t a feminist, and why, on my mind, this passage from an interview with Netta Elzie caught my eye.
Myths and reality in the aftermath of tragedy.
Perhaps the most important thing to understand about memory is that it is fiction.
A building, a vehicle, and a flag cause a politician to resign… Wait, what?
It’s almost always good to be surprised.
“Initially the Muse of Singing, she then became the Muse of Tragedy.”
I often get the sense that Tennessee, Texas, and Florida are locked in a never-ending war to decide which of the three is the craziest state in the union. Granted, Florida wins most of the battles, but Tennessee and Texas get in a lot of really good shots. I think Tennessee may have just landed a doozy, though.
Bum, bum, Bum, bum, Bum, bum, Bum, bum
Ferguson has placed in stark relief the fact that the police view themselves as an independent authority unbeholden and unanswerable to either the people or their elected representatives.
Guilt leaves me sick. Anger leaves me nearly speechless. I cannot do Ferguson justice. Let’s hope that we, as a country, can.