Q:Please read the reblog I just did from you on ProgressiveFriends. It's ridiculous that you inject bias and post information that you've done absolutely no research on under the guise of science. Science is not a brand or a scene... It's science. Stop doing what you're doing until you're committed or educated enough to do so.
Dear j0phus, I don’t know what the heck are you speaking about, can you send a link? (provided it does not cause brain damage)…
… oh, I see, you are speaking of this idiocy: “Why admire Japan? This shit has been going on in the US. At least in the red state I live in anyway. Link. If you’re going to blog about science, please don’t implant your personal bias and research the topic you’re posting so that you get it right. I literally buy these products at the grocery store down the street.”
1) I admire Japan because is a country able to recovery from the worst tragedies, and that is what this post is going, the resilience, the ability to rise from the ashes left by one of the worst tsunamis in history.
2) I did not say it was the first time that this is done, in fact if you look at the link comes from the supplier which is neither more nor less than General Electrics.
3) I blog on Science because I love Science, and show my admiration for a country it’s not a bias (I also admire USA by the way), it’s just opinion and I’m entitled to have one (many of them actually).
So my dear idiot, I see no reason to “Stop doing what I’m doing”… your “arguments” are pure nonsense.
Congrats Germany! Great match Argentina, but just one team can win… we’ll meet again in four years!
(Photos by AFP)
The world’s largest indoor farm illuminated by LEDs. Clever concept, I have always admired the Japanese.
Source: Lettuce see the future: Japanese farmer builds high-tech Indoor veggie factory (via GE Reports).
Shigeharu Shimamura shows his produce:
Great move of The Oatmeal:
Elon Musk Donates $1 Million to New Tesla Museum (Live Science)
and so he let us know: So, I had a call with Elon Musk earlier this week …
I have stumbled upon this typographical portrait of Albert Einstein, arguably the most famous physicist in history, something largely deserve for being one of the main fathers of the physics of the twentieth century, which is the same as saying, the father of all technological society we enjoy today.
Notice: the phrase “A picture is worth a thousand words" is apocryphal, this origin seems to me more reliable.