I fully support the idea of giving teens a voice and broadcasting their ideas and concerns on national, syndicated media. Get them interested and involved in the democratic process. Show them that their peers are engaged, and they will be more eager to pay attention too. The overwhelming support for the Parkland…
WEEKI WACHEE, FL—The crystal-clear waters of central Florida’s Weeki Wachee Springs carry a certain magic. Some might even call them a fountain of youth. After all, the spring harbors beings that are practically eponymous with immortality: mermaids.
Brian is 200% correct here. Inflated correctness for emphasis.
One of them was found living near 14,000 feet in Colorado, the highest wasp ever found.
*picks up bag of popcorn and waits for delusional Pete Rose fanboys*
If you are suggesting that this will cause visitors to have a bad experience and no longer find value in the National Park system, then this is according to plan. Spoiling the experience for years or decades to come means fewer people will oppose the Republican dream of bulldozing the entirety of it and open it for…
He wants to keep the parks open because of the good PR, but there’s a reason they were closed in shutdowns past—because there was no way to keep them open, sufficiently facilitate their operation and protect what the park system was established to protect while also staying true to the law as understood.
Women are getting PhDs at rates roughly equal to men, which is helping close the gender gap in academia, but it’s still a goddamn steep hill to climb for women to get the same respect their male counterparts are afforded.
Slyly done. Imply that a female scientist would be less of a bonafide expert than a male scientist. How clever. Making the subtextual assertion that only men can report facts.
Maybe it’s just a Star Wars location people forgot about it.
At these temperatures it wouldn’t be much of one...
Well, it’s both. The White House will later claim that he is just joking around, but it also does seem to be a core belief of his that climate change is a hoax.
It’s not ignorance, it’s invective. It’s intentional provocation.
‘hey, check out Barrow, there’s something odd there.’”
The last thing you see before you die? No.
The first thing you see after you die.
I was watching the stream when this happened!
They were testing out a new low light camera at the time, looking for bio-luminescence. In the video of the Deepstaria you catch a little jet of blue glowing shrimp juice at the start. Usually the ROV uses incredibly powerful lamps to see with the standard cameras, which…
Outstanding job. I’m glad you brought this up. Way to go Brian.
Why the focus only on science graduate students? The model you suggest applies to graduate students in the humanities and social sciences as well. And those students will likely be hurt even harder if this change goes through, because jobs in the humanities and social sciences pay less than STEM jobs anyway, and there…
I seriously don’t see how any one, even Republicans, thought his made a damn bit of sense. It is not a state secret graduate students are broke as fuck and put in some crazy ass hours between teaching, researching, and studying. This is deliberately shooting yourself in the dick to get a stray pube off.