Blogs & Blog Posts on Science in Minnesota



Blogs on "Science"

I Blog; Therefore, I Am
Emphasis on paranomal phenomenon in Minnesota, but nothing is off limits, f...

Twin Cities Naturalist
An entertaining mix of phenology, trivia, natural history and interviews wi...

Quiche Moraine
Politics, Society, Arts, Writing, Energy, Weather, in Minnesota and Beyond!

Blog Jvstin Style
A Reality-Based Blog for my interests, including but not limited to Science...

Deep thoughts from DeepSci
We use this blog to share information, commentary and articles we feel will...

Futurism Now
Climate change and energy and politics!

Policy Catalyst
A weblog standing at the intersection of science, technology, and public po...

Pharyngula
Evolution, development, and random biological ejaculations from a godless l...

Greg Laden's Blog
Science, Politics, Science Education at a local and international level.

Medical Hotdish
TwinCities.com blog on medicine

Ad Libitum
Smart feminist takes on news, fashion, life and poetry written by award win...

CitizenNext -- rethinking american life.
CitizenNext presents a mix of new ideas and critical thinking about issues ...

Mully410 Critical Blog
A blog for smart people. Stupid people will probably get a headache reading...

Atomwave
This is a rant about science, politics, and philosophy in the modern age. S...

Blog Posts on Science

R is for Raisin-Apple Muffins - ABCs of Homeschooling by Harvest Moon by Hand on Feb 6, 2012 in ABCs of Homeschooling, education, unschooling, learning, homeschooling, science, recipe, foodThis week from the Alpha-Bakery cookbook for children, Sophia made Raisin-Apple Muffins. We had all of the ingredients on hand which was nice. That's one good thing about this cookbook - all the ingredients are typically ones that you have in the kit...



Nature Journaling about House Mice by Harvest Moon by Hand on Feb 5, 2012 in nature, Handbook of Nature Study, science, animalsAs part of Sophia and Olivia's ongoing nature journaling, they learn about different animals each week. The most recent animal they studied was the house mouse.Although we're not a huge fan of mice, we did learn a lot about them and have a...



Defending Science by Policy Catalyst on Feb 3, 2012 in The Environment, EPA, scienceDeborah Swackhamer testified in front of a hostile congressional committee. Her task was to highlight the importance of Chartered Science Advisory Board for the U.S. EPA before the Subcommittee on Energy and Environment of the Science, Space, and Tec...



How Music Affects The Brain by Audiolicious.tv on Feb 1, 2012 in Music Marketing, Visual Communication, Dwayne Godwin, Infographic, Jorge Cham, Musicology, Neurology, Neuroscience, Piled High And Deeper, Science, Wake Forrest UniversityWake Forrest University neuroscientist Dwayne Godwin explains, and Piled High And Deeper cartoonist Jorge Cham illustrates how music affects the brain in this infographic.



Learning about a Rock's Cleavage by Harvest Moon by Hand on Jan 31, 2012 in Cantering the Country, science, geographyAs part of Sophia and Olivia's multi-disciplinary geography study, they are learning about the state rocks for each state in the U.S.A. One of the questions on the sheet they complete for each rock asks about the rock's cleavage. Up until this year,...



Loudmouth Bats by Videolicious.tv Daily Video Blog on Jan 29, 2012 in Animals, Educational, Health, Interviews, Bats, Health Care, , Research, science, Speech, Studying how a bat's brain can control the sounds of its voice may help improve treatment methods to deal with speech difficulties associated with diseases like Parkinson's, say Texas A&M researchers.



With love from the sun by News Cut on Jan 25, 2012 in ScienceIf your face melts off today, don't say we didn't try to warn you!



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