It’s hopeless for me to write an unbiased review about the book Ankylosaur Attack. Primarily, because it’s written by one of my favorite skeptics, Daniel Loxton, but also because it
The big cover story last Sunday in my local paper was Local diver captures octopus birth on video. It had been covered earlier by the paper’s nature blog.
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Being involved parents of an autistic child, my wife and I go to many different groups and meet lots of other parents of children with PDD (Pervasive Developmental Delay) or
Another update: This is the Gwen Dewar article link that Elyse and Julia talk about in the 44th Episode of Parenting Within Reason podcast.
A parenting book review has caught my
One thing about becoming a new parent is you learn that babies and toddlers are messy. They excrete fluids in ways that a boggles the mind of any former young
I hope everyone had a good Halloween. Now it is time to gear up for the end of the year holidays. I have a tale of a memorable November a
*UPDATE (from livescience)* This afternoon officials from the Milestone School in Mount Vernon identified the “UFOs” as some of the helium balloons that escaped from an engagement party held for
I spent some time explaining my science advocacy to my friends last night. In the course of the discussion, one of them described science as a religion, which I interpreted
All I’ve been paying attention to lately is American Football and computer science. Why this is I’m not sure. Mostly because I don’t have time to get exercised over things
Kids and astronomy seem like a perfect match and, in many ways they are! With a little planning and knowledge, you can have a lot of fun with your kids,