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"Shared intentionality, in Dr. Tomasello’s view, is close to the essence of what distinguishes people from chimpanzees. A group of human children will use all kinds of words and gestures to form goals and coordinate activities, but young chimps seem to have little interest in what may be their companions’ minds."
This link recently saved by joegermuska on August 30, 2009
"The problem with the decline of science journalism is not just that there is less attention overall to science; it's that the remaining science coverage is less illuminating. Instead, it indulges in a variety of journalistic pathologies that thwart an improved public understanding of science."
This link recently saved by joegermuska on August 03, 2009
"There is something appealing about such narratives. They reduce the scientific process to a sudden epiphany: There is no sweat or toil, just a new idea, produced by a genius. Everybody knows that things fall - it took Newton to explain why.
"Unfortunately, the story of the apple is almost certainly false… The discovery of gravity wasn’t a flash of insight - it required decades of effort…."
This link recently saved by joegermuska on July 13, 2009
"Using people’s brain waves as the notes, scientists have created music. The researchers from China took brain wave readings from EEGs as the original source and used complex math to create pitch and rhythm for the waves. If their methods were improved, according to the Neruotopia 2.0 blog, the music could be used to detect Alzheimer’s, schizophrenia, or other irregularities in the brain. "
This link recently saved by joegermuska on June 08, 2009
"Garzon said that the rehydration effection in those who were given beer was "slightly better" than those who were given only water. He also believes that the carbon dioxide in beer helps quench thirst more quickly, and that beer's carbohydrates replace calories lost during physical exertion."
This link recently saved by joegermuska on May 11, 2009
"In a statement to The Scientist magazine, Elsevier at first said the company "does not today consider a compilation of reprinted articles a 'journal'". I would like to expand on this statement: It was a collection of academic journal articles, published by the academic journal publisher Elsevier, in an academic journal-shaped package. Perhaps if it wasn't an academic journal they could have made this clearer in the title which, I should have mentioned, was named: The Australasian Journal of Bone and Joint Medicine."
This link recently saved by joegermuska on May 10, 2009
"Most unusual is his mentholated habanero ice cream, enhanced with a derivative of menthol. It doesn't taste minty but opens up olfactory cells for a cooling sensation -- along with the pepper's heat. This creamy puzzler sells well as part of a chocolate dessert and regularly in takeout pints."
This link recently saved by joegermuska on April 28, 2009
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"Welcome to the OSTP Blog. We have created this blog to keep the science and technology communities up to date on our activities, and to involve these communities in the process of defining and implementing science and technology policy. Now we would like to let you know how best to use the tools available on this site to share your ideas."