This has nothing whatsoever to do with the ocean or science. And yet it is the Best Thing Ever. Gut Shabbos!
Via Yo, Yenta
Please enjoy your klezmer with a side of toxoplasma. Happy Pesach! (Via Julie at Modern Mitzvot, whose seder I am very excited to be attending tonight.)
Hi all. I’ll be filling in for Miriam a bit this coming quarter while she goes on field trips for class, but today I’m going to ease myself back into The Oyster’s Garter (pun intended, I assure you) with a video from the research labs at Qualcomm. I think we can all agree it teaches important lessons about biodiversity.
I liked that one, but it can’t compete with the invention of Hand Solo, from last April 1.
Dr. M at Deep Sea News was all “ZOMG! Ocean science is so much work and reading and computery stuff!” Whatev, Dr M. I don’t know about YOUR science cruises, but MINE are totally like this.* Manta net? Check. Niskin bottles? Check. T-Pain? Check.
*Editor’s Note: The Oyster’s Garter is aimed at a general adult audience and hovers around PG-13 for strong language and some sexual content. Certain awesome yet underage ocean bloggers & their moms should take care. This particular video happens to have strong language, but don’t count on me to remember to disclaim everything.
Martini-Corona, this video changed my life. Thank you, oh thank you.
Tim Lee is a population biologist turned stand-up comedian. So what does he use for his act? Powerpoint, of course.
Via my statistics professor!