Monthly Archives: December 2011

Sand-grain snowman Reality overlaid with a mischievous sense of humour and a bit of surrealism. Hardware hacking meets one of my go-to Adorable Bad Day songs Moon-geese Deliveries in San Francisco Data Visualization Related Reading 2011 Link Fest

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Science & Entertainment Exchange

I have a new article up on The Science and Entertainment Exchange about the process of science consulting. For more Stargate-centric stories, check out the older Physics Today piece.

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Book Review: Raptor Red

Raptor Red by Robert T. Bakker is possibly the most entertaining way to learn his theories on early Cretaceous social behaviours of assorted critters. Bakker is a paleontologist who consulted for Jurassic Park, and is an early advocate for science … Continue reading

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