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December 23, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

  Archaeologists study past human behavior. We do so using material evidence left behind that tells us of that behavior. Artifacts and architecture retrieved from the past may be esthetically pleasing, but ultimately archaeologists are most interested in the people who made or built these things to answer questions such as who, what, when, where, and […]

I want candy! (boom boom boom ba-dum boom)
June 3, 2008 · 25 Comments

Candy can be a useful teaching tool, even if you don’t advocate eating it. It’s well known, comes in lots of varieties, and it’s cheap if you buy it in bulk. It can also be used after its expiration date – great for construction, not consumption. I have used it to illustrate cell and organ […]

It’s all Greek to me
December 12, 2007 · Be The First To Comment

The world of science is full of terminology borrowed from dead languages such as Ancient Greek and Latin. This is the natural result of the fact that in the 17th and 18th century scientists tended to use Latin to communicate with each other. While this tradition has now changed in favor of languages that are […]



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