For nearly a year now I’ve had two episodes of the podcast Radiolab in iTunes, just sitting there, waiting for me to address them. Or just to remain as a reminder of why I’ve had a chip on my shoulder with respect to the show for a while.
I’m bothered by the fact that My Coke Rewards, which I use regularly, has a product as a reward that is misleading and promotes pseudoscience.
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On 5 April, two weeks ago, Rebecca Watson made a video about several politicians fighting transparency in scientific studies.
In a nutshell, OSHA (the Occupational Safety and Health Administration) is looking to determine what level of silica will be safe for a workplace environment, as when it is cut or drilled it can become a respiratory health issue.
Yesterday was Georgia Tech’s celebration of Earth Day! There were displays for eco-cars, clothing and office supply swaps, and information and awareness galore. The attraction that caught my attention, though, was the electronics recycling coming close by for our convenience, and to show support.
I’ve been hearing about the new HBO show Silicon Valley (Episode 1) for a while now. I’m fans of Thomas Middleditch and Kumail Nanjiani, who have talked about it on podcasts. But I also saw the trailer for the show get some attention and mixed reactions from people I follow online. Most notably, some female feminists noticed that the only recognizable woman shown was a stripper…