The Art of Science: Put a Shark on It

Sharks are scary. The apex predators of the ocean, they have giant mouths with rows of pointed teeth, they can grow to a great size, and they never stop moving. And yet, according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), more people are killed by electrocution by Christmas lights than by shark attacks.  (source) So our fear of sharks isn’t rational, it’s cultural.  Artists, take note: If fear is what you’re going for, put a shark on it. Continue reading “The Art of Science: Put a Shark on It”

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