December 4, 2014
It’s actually true that I did not know a single one of these before. Interesting. Well, of course, some of the 10 are more interesting than others. For the last, the word is sheath or scabbard. Why sword holder? Are we really no longer expected to know what a sheath or a scabbard is?
It is vaguely appropriate for this to be posted on I Fucking Love Science. Or, would this be I Love Fucking Science? Or, I Love the Science of Fucking?
P.S. A much tastier source of good bacteria, IMHO. And, I like yogurt or even yoghurt.
June 19, 2012
… oh … never mind. I found them.
In U.S., 46% Hold Creationist View of Human Origins
Remember folks, if you do not believe in evolution, you do not believe in modern medicine.
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May 26, 2008
I have long known that bacteria are more than 50% of the biomass of the planet. That was shocking enough when I learned it. Howsever, learning that the majority of cells in my body are not my own was something new to me. Even the fact that we cannot live without many species of bacteria did not surprise me. However, the idea that our own cells are outnumbered 10 to 1 within our own bodies was completely new to me. Check out this article from the New York Times Science section regarding this new and fascinating study.
Bacteria Thrive in Inner Elbow; No Harm Done