For a kitty that might be dead, he sure keeps busy.
photo via Cheezburger.com
Today is World Migratory Bird Day! Kittehs love to watch the birdies. For science, of course!
As for the related subject of bird-assisted coconut migration, it’s a simple question of weight ratios:
“Fomite” isn’t a word that most people hear very often. However, if you’re a microbiologist (or are under the influence of one), you are likely to find yourself considering fomites as you go about your day. Fomites are everywhere, are difficult to avoid, and while it’s a good idea to be aware of fomites, they should not be feared. Continue reading
The Wall Street Journal says that you should “read Mr. Switek’s book to rekindle your love of all things dinosaur: the cheesy movies, the action figures, the many happy hours spent wandering through imaginary Jurassic jungles. But more than that, read it to remind yourself that the dinosaurs’ story is our story and that, as Mr. Switek writes, ‘extinction is the ultimate fate of all species. Nothing so majestically encapsulates these simple, powerful truths of nature quite like a dinosaur.’” We concur!
Brian will be appearing in several cities in the next few weeks to talk about the book – you can catch him this coming Monday, April 29, at Politics & Prose in Washington, DC. Some other upcoming “Brontotour” stops are listed here. If he’s not coming to your town, Brian is always happy to chat about his work on twitter.
In the meantime, enjoy these dinokittehs.
all photos via Cheezburger.com
After a very stressful week, Boston Kitteh plans to devote this Caturday to baseball and napping. We approve.
photo via urbanbeernerd.com