By manage, they mean kill —
Saturday, May 10 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Madison Bird City Celebration & Bird and Nature Festival / \ (:>) / \ Via Bird City Madison @ Facebook.
We’ve sent advanced probes to the outer solar system, but there are still new, surprising discoveries to be made, as described in the video below, where scientists learn that even asteroids can have their own ring systems. Via FREE WHITEWATER.
NASA scientists have tried to imagine how that planet might have looked when it once had flowing water (as they believe it did)…. Via FREE WHITEWATER.
Joe Bodewes, a Minocqua-based veterinarian, described the damage to dogs by bear in a recent letter to the Wisconsin State Journal. “Broken and crushed legs, sliced-open abdomens and punctured lungs,” he wrote. “Dogs lying mangled and dying on the surgery table — all in the pursuit of sport.” Via Is state too open to hunting…
As hunters prepare for Wisconsin’s wolf hunt, some scientists are warning that a proposal to sharply cull the population could destabilize it — just two years after wolves were removed from the federal endangered list. At issue is a plan, favored by some members of a reconstituted state Department of Natural Resources committee, to maintain…
The left-handed. Via Are Left-Handed People Smarter? @ CAFFEINATED POLITICS.
It was all in their ankles… Via “Fossil Reveals Long-Lived Mammal Group’s Secret” @ Althouse.
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4/15. Via WMTV.
Google celebrates Nicolaus Copernicus’s 540th birthday today with a Google Doodle illustrating the heliocentric universe: Unlike the doodle above, the one on their main search page is animated. They’ve also a link to search for Copernicus’s scientific accomplishments and investigations of the natural order.
Scientists offer answers. Via UW-Madison News Release .
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Lingering hazards. Via WisconsinWatch.org.
Among us. Via UW-Madison news release.
Of course not… Via 620 WTMJ.
Wading into controversy. Via TMJ4.
Perhaps. Via New York Times.
Needs help with lots more, too. Via Superior Telegram.
Four seismometers removed from Clintonville Via Wisconsin State Journal.
How long will shaking go on? Via WAOW.
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Proposal from Rep. Kleefisch, husband of lt. governor Via UW-Madison news release.
Bat species across America suffering from infection that decimates their numbers. Wisconsin bats provide over a billion dollars of mosquito and other-insect control. Via WI DNR news release .
Research into deadly virus sparked worldwide worry. Via Wisconsin State Journal.
Of course he does. The professor who oversees biosafety for the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s controversial avian influenza research responded Monday to mounting criticism about the necessity and safety of the research, saying “ongoing research with H5N1 remains salient.” ….The statement came a day after a New York Times editorial blasted research in the Netherlands and…
A forecast rated ‘better than a coin flip.’ Via Wisconsin State Journal.
Unlimited plan. Via WISN.
University of Chicago wants to unload it, but… Via Janesville Gazette.
Sham science in 1913. Via La Crosse Tribune.
Probably doesn’t happen every day; if it does, then it’s been going unreported. Via UW-Madison news release.
Yes, if UW-Madison researchers Krupenkin and Taylor have anything to say about it. Via UW-Madison news release.