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Monthly Archives: January 2011
Yellow-bellied marmots (Marmota flaviventris), mother and juveniles. Source. On a personal note, today happens to be my and Hannah‘s half-birthday. I didn’t know we had the same birthday until today. I also want to add, on the heels of my … Continue reading
Unless you live under a rock, you’ve probably noticed that the topic della settimana is *~women in science blogging*~. Kate Clancy posted a summary of the #scio11 panel discussion on women who blog under their real name. A few days … Continue reading
NewScientist reported today on a study (slated for publication next month) suggesting that transsexuals can be identified early in life by white matter patterns in parts of the brain. Brain MRI scans of untreated (I assume this means hormone therapy, … Continue reading
Sciurus carolinensis (eastern gray squirrel), taken in the Smoky Mountains of Tennessee. Source. I did a class research project on S. carolinensis in my mammalogy class during undergrad. It had something to do with the giving up density of … Continue reading
Penis injections lead to 1.5 hour erections, scientists regret not letting the subjects just watch porn.
Over the weekend I was searching for a paper unrelated to anything whatsoever, and I came across this little gem: Hand and Genital Sympathetic Skin Potentials in Flaccid and Erectile Penile States in Normal Potent Men and Patients With Premature … Continue reading
I found this image orphaned on the internet. Click to enlarge and look at the detail in the iris! If anyone knows where this comes from, please let me know so I can credit it.
Least Chipmunk, photographed in 2006 at Deschutes National Forest in Oregon. Source.