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A science blog covering everything from astronomy to zoology with a special emphasis on chemical sciences, environment, materials, nano, pharma, and physics



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Greenhouse gases –> global warming –> climate change Country by country temperature anomalies from 1900 to the present day as a neat chart, an international problem Animation by Antti Lipponen, a physicist at the Finnish Meteorological In...

Don’t often see avian couples together…or more to the point, I don’t often catch them “on film” together. Here are Mr and Mrs Linnet (Linaria cannabina) at their residence in Rampton Pocket Park a few miles north of Camb...

Classic Chords Reprise

on Aug 3, 2017 in: Science

Regular readers will know the Classic Chords series I started a year or two ago as a musical aside. It continues to attract attention and there are now more than 20 in the collection everything from The Beatles and The Rolling Stones to Rush and Foo...

I’ve been on photo site/community 500px for years but only this year, with my focus on birds have I really got into the community. There are some stunning photos on there. And, it’s very gratifying to have one’s own photos seen and...

The new artwork for my song “Turncoats” was a stylised photo of three people walking with their backs to the sea. The photo was nice enough, but messing around with the Prisma app gave me some even more stylised versions of the original,...

Often the way, you’re looking for one bird, when you hear and then spot another. Happens a lot with the yellowhammer (Emberiza citrinella). Today, I was walking a short distance along the Aldreth Causeway and could hear avian jostling over the...

Graduation ceremonies are rarely exciting affairs…except for family members watching their beloved chill roll up in a mortarboard and cape to grab their scroll. But, watch one student, Alexander Godfrey, at his graduation ceremony as he exits s...