Monthly Archives: February 2016

On the importance of looking: Stare

Yesterday I was at Te Papa, the National Museum here in New Zealand. In the entrance-way to the art gallery I read this. The attendant told me she had photographed it too. To move toward beauty and to build a … Continue reading

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Sciblogs | Women in science – yesterday, today and tomorrow

I think this post on Science Blogs New Zealand is spot on. Listen to the videos and pass them on. Like the author, and speakers, I understand that science (and particularly sustainability science) will work when everyone participates. Including all … Continue reading

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Fuck Yeah, Math and Science Tattoos! (Change over time. This tattoo uses mathematical…)

I’m currently preparing a speech on Carl Sagan; who, it turns out, has been a huge influence on me. Following a link from a Sagan quote tattoo, I found this. I like. Change over time. I suggest we seek to … Continue reading

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