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What is Protomyxzoa Rheumatica?

A contact on Twitter mentioned an apparently newly discovered parasitic disease which goes by the name of Protomyxzoa Rheumatica or the “Fry bug”, named for its apparent discoverer Fry Laboratories of Scottsdale, Arizona. The discoverers have published ... [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - 18 hours ago]
First reported Apr 01 2014 - Updated Apr 01 2014 - 1 reports

Planetary cakes

Who wouldn’t want a spongy Jupiter or a vanilla Earth with tectonic icing? I do wish they’d not misspelled concentric, but never mind. Can I have a slice of Jupiter with the spot? Planetary cakes is a post from the science blog of David Bradley, ... [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Apr 01 2014]
Entities: Jupiter, David Bradley
First reported Mar 26 2014 - Updated Mar 26 2014 - 1 reports

First World Problems

There ain’t no problem that’s too small For us to gripe and moan and bawl There ain’t a thing we can’t complain We even groan when it don’t rainSunshine’s warm but that’s not all We have the food, we live the life But little things they give us strife ... [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Mar 26 2014]
First reported Mar 24 2014 - Updated Mar 24 2014 - 1 reports

10 cancer myths busted

Cancer Research UK has an interesting post busting ten of the most irritating and persistent pieces of deceived wisdom about cancer: Myth 1: Cancer is a man-made, modern disease Myth 2: Superfoods prevent cancer Myth 3: ‘Acidic’ diets cause cancer ... [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Mar 24 2014]
First reported Mar 21 2014 - Updated Mar 21 2014 - 1 reports

Sciencebase first tweets

I’ve been on Twitter since June 2007, I wasn’t particularly active early on, as you can see from the frequency of tweets in my archive . But for those of you worried that I changed over the years, here’s a screengrab from my archive showing the first ... [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Mar 21 2014]
Entities: David Bradley, Twitter
First reported Mar 19 2014 - Updated Mar 20 2014 - 1 reports

Beer and bingo budget

You can say what you like about politicians…but deep, deep down, they’re all self-serving, money-grubbing, knee-jerking, U-turning bustards. It seems that here in Brit Land we have a particularly peculiar penchant for those that are also dullards and ... [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Mar 19 2014]
First reported Mar 17 2014 - Updated Mar 17 2014 - 1 reports

Central bearded dragon, Pogona vitticeps

Might I just confirm this is a central bearded dragon, Pogona vitticeps. I snapped it at our school summer fair back in 2006, and no doubt asked its handler at the time, but don’t recall now… According to Wiki P. vitticeps, the central (or inland) ... [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Mar 17 2014]
Entities: David Bradley, Species, Wiki
First reported Mar 17 2014 - Updated Mar 17 2014 - 1 reports

Riding the gravity wave

Scientists today announced that they have observed gravity waves – ancient ripples from the Big Bang. Here’s a conversation piece about the science and Nature has something on the BICEP2 discovery of primordial gravity waves too. And, here’s a gravitational ... [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Mar 17 2014]
First reported Mar 14 2014 - Updated Mar 14 2014 - 1 reports

You can’t hide a smile – a song

You can’t hide a smile Wait for something, Something comes along Do you realize you, you could still belong?Could you handle it, or just move on?If the love’s still there then maybe it’s me that’s wrong Tell me to believe, I will walk a mile Say ... [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Mar 14 2014]
Entities: David Bradley
First reported Mar 12 2014 - Updated Mar 12 2014 - 1 reports

Factoid to factette

Words ending with “oid” often have their root in the Latinized form of the Greek -oeides, from eidos meaning form and so the suffix is used to suggest that something is like something else but isn’t actually the thing itself. Viz: ovoid means egglike, ... [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Mar 12 2014]
First reported Feb 10 2014 - Updated Feb 10 2014 - 4 reports

Pro vaccination campaign – Polio

There is a lot of #BS talked about the harm vaccines might cause, most of it unproven scaremongering by patient advocates, lawyers, quacks and tabloid journalists. There is almost a religion growing out of the antivax campaign that seems to walk hand-in-hand ... [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Feb 10 2014]
First reported Jan 18 2014 - Updated Jan 18 2014 - 2 reports

Open your labbook, sign the petition

A Whitehouse petition that any of us, not just Amercuns, can sign, was published last night. Here’s its mission: Access to notebooks improves the processes of patenting, inventing & preserving U.S. scientific & medical history. In 2013, OSTP mandated ... [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Jan 18 2014]

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...from Hubble will also help to prove the elemental composition of the fireball as it expands and becomes more transparent, allowing us to see ` "deeper’ and understand something of the fusion processes which took place when the progenitor detonated,” he told me. “And gamma-ray observations will help constrain the amount and distribution of nickel-56 in the ejecta, which will help us understand the nature of the WD structure and detonation mechanisms. It’s all very exciting!” "

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What is Protomyxzoa Rheumatica? [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - 18 hours ago]
A contact on Twitter mentioned an apparently newly discovered parasitic disease which goes by the name of Protomyxzoa Rheumatica or the “Fry bug”, named for its apparent discoverer Fry Laboratories of Scottsdale, Arizona. The discoverers have published ...
Planetary cakes [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Apr 01 2014]
Who wouldn’t want a spongy Jupiter or a vanilla Earth with tectonic icing? I do wish they’d not misspelled concentric, but never mind. Can I have a slice of Jupiter with the spot? Planetary cakes is a post from the science blog of David Bradley, ...
First World Problems [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Mar 26 2014]
There ain’t no problem that’s too small For us to gripe and moan and bawl There ain’t a thing we can’t complain We even groan when it don’t rainSunshine’s warm but that’s not all We have the food, we live the life But little things they give us strife ...
10 cancer myths busted [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Mar 24 2014]
Cancer Research UK has an interesting post busting ten of the most irritating and persistent pieces of deceived wisdom about cancer: Myth 1: Cancer is a man-made, modern disease Myth 2: Superfoods prevent cancer Myth 3: ‘Acidic’ diets cause cancer ...
Sciencebase first tweets [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Mar 21 2014]
I’ve been on Twitter since June 2007, I wasn’t particularly active early on, as you can see from the frequency of tweets in my archive . But for those of you worried that I changed over the years, here’s a screengrab from my archive showing the first ...
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