Cuties.

Cuties.

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I’ve had several rounds with this guy and he hadn’t paid once!!

I’ve had several rounds with this guy and he hadn’t paid once!!

None of the Science so far in Cosmos has been new to me, but I am immensely enjoying the history and storytelling aspects. So far it remains true that “my favorite episode = the last episode I’ve seen”. The latest reminds me of the very specific moment* in which I understood spectral lines and how they, amazingly, allow us to understand the stars from such a distant vantage point. It really is the holy grail of cosmology. Their importance can really not be understated in explaining how we know, say, via red-shifting, that the universe is expanding.

*Kolena, Astrophysics, 1995

This explains my wardrobe.

This explains my wardrobe.

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Lovely

Lovely

Yes?

Yes?

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There isn’t a sharp line dividing humans from the rest of the animal kingdom. All the time, we find animals doing things that, in our arrogance, we thought was just human. — Happy 80th birthday, Jane Goodall!

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11 months old and just discovering how awesome it is to shout into an empty cup.

This “Raise Your Children For You” app on the iPad is really great.

This “Raise Your Children For You” app on the iPad is really great.

Monkey at the zoo