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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly, from Ana’s Feed

And Now for Your Local News

Things you need to know.

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Gulf Oil Spill: First the Bad News, Then the Other Bad News

Ana’s Feed: BP Oil has bought up about a third of the world’s supply of oil dispersal chemicals, apparently to use in the Gulf spill (Chemicals Meant To Break Up BP Oil Spill Present New Environmental Concerns). And it turns out that Halliburton May Be the Culprit In the Oil Rig Explosion.

Food for Thought and Thoughts on Food

Find out what the world eats, eat a little brunch yourself, and find out how our world is changing.

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Giant’s Shoulders Blog Carnival #16

My two favorite historical quotes are, “If I have seen farther than others, it is because I have stood on the shoulders of giants,” and, “I owe my greatness to the smallness of my contemporaries.” Taken separately, each quote has its charm. Together, they explain…well, academia at least.

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The Circus of the Spineless #43

This month’s submissions to the Circus of the Spineless web carnival represent an astonishing array of organisms, and the full range of the kinds of interests people take in those organisms, and each post is illustrated with at least one, often many, very pretty pictures.

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Carnival of the Elitist Bastards XVI

The captain stood and brushed wet sand from her elbow, mouth and hair. Rough hands pawed at her shoulder and…”Yes! I’m fine. On your way!” The captain turned to face the Elitist Bastard, sitting low on the horizon, and tried not to spit.

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Berry Go Round # 19: Quiche Botanique

the 19th edition of the blog carnival Berry Go Round, which is a blog carnival dedicated to writings of any aspect of plant life from the blogosphere.

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ScienceOnline’09: Interview with Stephanie Zvan

“Today, I asked Stephanie Zvan of the Almost Diamonds and Quiche Moraine blogs and co-moderator of the session on Science Fiction on Science Blogs, to answer a few questions.”

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Concealment and the Single Blogger

When we express some of our pain from past experiences, intermixed with excitement, look for the brush strokes that each of us uses to express ourselves in our separate posts. When Greg or Stephanie edit my posts, they don’t remove my brush strokes. In those brush strokes, I often reveal either unwittingly or purposely what I am dealing with and it is often my only way of getting certain things out, if only obliquely, because I don’t have someone close that I trust these days.

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