As someone who studied life sciences for 4 years in college before turning to the social sciences in grad school, I feel like I have slightly more authority than your average librarian when I say that you should get your flu shot. Vaccines have been proven to work, so this is not really up for […]
Personal – Surprise!
So, uh, I’ve been keeping something from y’all for a little while. And no, it’s not that I decided to become a professional eater of cheese, though I suppose that could be the other reason for a belly this big. If there are any of you who read this blog, and I haven’t told already – […]
Science – The Fermi Paradox
I think I’ve mentioned before that the current work project I’ve got going allows for me to listen to lots of podcasts. I’m caught up on most of the big ones that I listen to, and it’s nice to have 1 unplayed each week, instead of say, 40 unplayed and counting. Probably best of all […]
I did not get as much sleep as I should have this weekend. There was a lot going on, and it was fun, and we had a great time and also got a lot of things done, but the problem is that I have gotten into a habit where I’m not in bed before 11 pm, […]
Book – The Botany of Desire
I love science – biology in particular. I fell in love with it in high school in my AP Biology class, and then despite the fact that I had decided on a non-scientific career my sophomore year, I continued on in my major all through school, and earned myself a BS in Biology. Which I’m […]