Archive for the ‘English’ Category

Okay, everybody knows how plants can cope with adverse conditions, especially when it comes to dormant organs just waiting to resprout when spring or whatever environmental trigger lights on, and then “whoot whoot”, I’m here. I’m alive and well. This is a sign of resprouting, or let’s pretend. It’s been far too long this blog’s been dormant. Water in, light on, nutrients duh?

It’s been a long time there wasn’t much shameless self promotion here, so Seeds Aside is back whoot-whooting blatantly with open access science. I know, this isn’t the first time I get published in an OA venue, but this time it’s with a well known and almost historical part of OA. The ONE that turned what is called a science mega-journal (currently publishing over 23,000 papers a year): PLOSONE. (more…)

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Recent carnivals it’s more than time to highlight:

April Berry Go Round

March Berry Go Round

May BGR is coming soon!

The Game of Evolution (CoE #170).

Have a good read!

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I know there are numerous and interesting timelapse art creations all over the internet, but this one is absolutely wonderful. I recommand you follow the link and experience this one:


Nothing to add!

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An old picture I created a few years ago…

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Early 14′ Carnivals

Update for recent carnivals that I missed until today:

February Berry-Go-Round: Botanical Warfare

Carnival of Evolution, February 2014 Edition

69th Carnival of Evolution: Darwin’s Day Edition

Some other blog carnivals…

Outdoor Hour Challenge Blog Carnival – February 2014

Welcome to the March 2014 Blog Carnival of Horses

Carnivalesque #101


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Click on the picture to go and see. Don’t stay too long though! :)

xkcd & frequencies

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Post-friday links

Because I’m (so) late:

Small Gardens at the NWFGS 2014

Washington Oaks Gardens in Flagler county, Florida; 12 January 2014

Vegetarian Music

A Fence Of A Different Color

Evolution-friendly young folk proffer questions for creationists

The fruit that keeps on giving . . .

Friday Cat-erpillar Blogging: Wax Moth Proventriculus

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