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Since my last post two weeks ago, the dreams of black Americans, deferred so often and so long, have once again exploded. I’m at risk for the Covid virus and not the type to join a march; still I have support to offer from this peculiar pulpit. [...]
The 2 and now 3-segment piecewise constant approach seems to have worked fairly well but is a bit limited. I’m not really convinced that keeping R fixed for such long period and then allowing a sudden jump is really entirely justifiable, [...]
Mark Witton says this better than I could: Like many white folks, I have traditionally assumed that simply not being racist was doing my part, and that the actions of others would eventually convert society at large to seeing race as the non-issue [...]
A young Black Bear cub, Ursus americanus, checks out a frisky, startled Striped Skunk, Mephitis mephitis, both native species in southern British Columbia. While related to polecats and other members of the weasel family, skunks have as their [...]
Nueva viñeta de Jose Tomás que sugiere lo que pudo pasar en un universo paralelo hace 66 millones de años...Recuerda que puedes ver más de Jose Tomás en Koprolitos, en su Instagram o en su Twitter. Además, puedes pillarte "Sé que estáis [...]
ELI now has eleven videos to explain the structure of the Earth.
There are video question scripts and ELI activities associated with each video. Also you will find a comprehensive workshop 'Investigating Earth's
The recent Black Lives Matter protests resulting from the cruel murder of George Floyd at the hands of US police officers have once again drawn attention to matters of racial inequality around the world. These events have been, for me, a belated [...]
It is fitting that I end this run of fossils that I've found at the Deep Springs Rd., NY locality with the rarest fossil I've found from the location.An odd Arthropod that can be found in the Devonian shales of the Moscow formation are Phyllocarids. [...]
Escuchas el nombre y ya sabes por donde van los tiros, si no lo sabes, no es para ti. Isla Nublar es el origen físico ficticio de la Dinomanía que comenzó en los 90. No fue la primera, y esperamos que no sea la última.Proyecto Nublar como [...]