Last updated on 22 Jun 2018
Bora has finally updated his domain name for A Blog Around the Clock.
Greg Laden has started a Skeptic-friendly (woo-eliminating) search engine.
John Dupré reviews Fodor and Piatelli-Palmarini.
Anjan Chakravartty reviews Brian Ellis’ The Metaphysics of Scientific Realism.
The Obama administration hasn’t yet reversed the Republican war on science.
Crops can evolve into weeds.
The British Society for the History of Science had some Darwin-related sessions.
It’s not just Scienceblogs that is causing science bloggers trouble. Richard P. Grant, who was not in Withnail and I, is thinking about the value of being at Nature Networks.
PZ Syrem has a good summary of the role of gene networks in evolution, unfortunately repeating the “all you know about evolution is wrong” mantra.
And finally, the SolarDynamics Observatory is now working, and sending 3.5 terabytes of data per day! I love this quote from Frank Eparvier at Colorado: “Because of the sheer size of the treasure trove of data we are getting from SDO,” he says, “it will require the entire scientific community to sift though and make the connections that advance the science.” Scientists sharing data? Say it ain’t so!