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Honeycomb – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honeycomb I attended a beekeeping seminar tonight, and got to hold a frame full of capped honeycomb. The smell was one of the most amazing things I’ve ever experienced: Not as sweet as a jar of honey – almost like a perfume. It’d be worth the stings and the sweat of cracking open a hive […]

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http://www.clickypic.com/data/004/10.1371_journal.pbio.0040302.g004-L.jpg A photo showing a newborn monkey’s mirror neurons at work. I once saw a documentary that showed human newborns have the same abilities immediately after birth, and always press my pregnant friends to try it out. (For some reason, though, they get all caught up with the “oh look at my beautiful new baby” […]

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Distributed Computing – Active Projects – Life Sciences

http://distributedcomputing.info/ap-lsciences.html Distributed computing projects worldwide, categorised by project scope, for-/non-profit status, and (ahhh) computer platform compatibility. For a while now, I’ve been searching for a non-alien-related project that’s open to the Mac.

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