Saturday, March 26, 2011

Saturday Stories (super extended edition)


Way cool and informative radiation dose info-graphic.

NPR tells the story of a Soviet cosmonaut who flew a suicide mission to save his comrade Yuri Gagarin.

The New York Times covers quinoa and how increased global demand is impacting on its prices in its home country of Bolivia.

George Monbiot from the Guardian on how the Japanese nuclear accident has made him pro-nuclear power.

Fast Company on how carrots became the new junk food.

Weight Maven Beth Mazur covers how unfortunate the typical obesity's bad for your health reporting is when it comes to mortality risks.

William Heisel interviews Michele Simon (who I'm excited to meet next month) about BIG FOOD.

And lastly, here's another wonderful video from Symphony of Science that demonstrates the incredible marriage of Carl Sagan and autotone:



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1 comment:

  1. You mean they're not really baby carrots?

    I definitely related to the part about regular carrots just sitting in the fridge unused vs. actually eating the baby ones. But they do last quite a while.

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