Science and Biz Day
I always say the same thing about Science Times, and I’ll say it again – I am very lucky to have a regular assignment where I can try whatever I think works best…some weeks that means more graphic, other times it’s drawing on an egg with a Sharpie, we have done parodies of Disney, and we have mixed photos with the illustrations. It really is a joy and a privelege to have that kind of freedom, and Peter is an ace. Here are a few highlights from the past two months:
Short-range Honeybees found on an island off the coast of Panama suggest a land bridge during an ice age; Women are more likely to recall a man with a deep voice:
When lions and tigers roar, it’s a communication similar to a baby crying; Magnetic rocks on the moon are the result of a stirring magnetic effect from the Earth millions of years ago:
Children choose social playing more often than young chimpanzees:
And two from the NYTimes Biz Day – iPads devour bandwidth at hotels; 4-5 guns are found each day at airport security checkpoints, mostly in the carry-ons of lawful passengers who just forgot they were carrying guns…Really?