Category Archives: science

Neato Image in Bad Astronomy Blog Post

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No, That’s Not Smoke – It’s a Superneato LiDAR Image

This is a screenshot from a 15 April 2013 The Oregonian article, which notes that “This imagery was featured in the North American Cartographic Information Society’s first Atlas of Design.” This superneato LiDAR (see caption for more information) image shows … Continue reading

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Evolving Earth – Great Animated GIF

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Wow. Dragonflies. The New York Times’ Natalie Angier.

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Neato New Zealand Sky

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Super-Neat Video: Fund Me Maybe

Screen shot from the “astronomerssay” YouTube video taken at the 221st Annual Meeting of the American Astronomical Society (6–10 January 2013). Very #neato & #LOL. Click on the image for a link to the video.

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GSA Today Geologic Past Series

As managing editor for The Geological Society of America’s (GSA) science & information magazine, GSA Today, I develop and write “filler” articles to work in around the science and news as needed. Most (if not all) magazines are built in blocks … Continue reading

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