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Advice Goddess Blog

advicegoddess.com — A Man Is Out Of A Job (And Much More) Over This Innocuous Crap A man's life was destroyed over hearsay, miscommunication, and misjudged emotions -- and because of the pernicious thing that feminism has become. As I've been posting here as of late, women used to demand to be treated like equals (and I'm, of course, all for that).

A Blog Around The Clock

web.archive.org — I am very ashamed of this incident which happened more than a year ago. Staff at Scientific American spoke to me and Ms. Byrne about our interaction at that time. I asked that my sincere apologies be conveyed to Ms. Byrne for the distress she suffered as a result of my inappropriate remarks and emails...

Lesson of the Day: Circadian Clocks are HARD to shift!

blog.coturnix.org — I originally published this on February 28, 2007. This is a story about two mindsets - one scientific, one not - both concerned with the same idea but doing something very different with it. Interestingly, both arrived in my e-mail inbox on the same day, but this post had to wait until I got out...

2013 - Blog Year In Review

blog.coturnix.org — I wish everyone a happy, healthy, successful and prosperous New Year! Many bloggers start each year with a "Year In Review" type of post, so I thought this would be a good way for me to get back to blogging after a brief hiatus. January My most popular post of the entire year, at least...

A Blog Around The Clock

blog.coturnix.org — I am very ashamed of this incident which happened more than a year ago. Staff at Scientific American spoke to me and Ms. Byrne about our interaction at that time. I asked that my sincere apologies be conveyed to Ms. Byrne for the distress she suffered as a result of my inappropriate remarks and emails...

Morning at Triton

blog.coturnix.org — War was brewing in Yugoslavia back in early 1991. I hopped on one of the last trains from Belgrade to London, then a plane to JFK in New York City, then next day down to Asheville, NC. A week later, the war broke out.

Let’s Not Spring Forward.

blogs.scientificamerican.com — The views expressed are those of the author and are not necessarily those of Scientific American. Cross-posted from Zocalo Public Square. Even cows don't like Daylight Saving Time. Come Sunday morning, when the milking machines get attached to their udders a whole hour too early, the otherwise placid bovines on dairy farms around the United States will snort in surprise and dismay.

Under construction - ITER in LEGO

blogs.scientificamerican.com — If you just received your new issue of Scientific American, you saw the article The Problems with ITER and the Fading Dream of Fusion Energy by ...

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