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Nikola Tesla: The Man, The Myth, The Legacy

We are grateful the rain held off as we traipsed about the site of Nikola Tesla’s last and only surviving laboratory, “Wardenclyffe." There, board member Neil Baggett talked about the great scientist and his time on Long Island, and plans to advance his legacy. While nothing can replace an in-person tour – we highly recommend taking one if you can! -- here is a bit of what we learned:

Beth Fiteni Wants Folks to Understand the Current Administration’s Track Record on The Environment

In a recent blog post, Environmentalist Beth Fiteni of Green Inside & Out, offers, "important facts about changes to federal environmental laws and policies that the mainstream press does not typically cover.
Dr. Spencer Thomas atop the Uffizi in Florence, Italy

Spencer’s Picks: Overcoming Pandemic Fatigue; Art, Science & Suggested Solutions; The Happiness of a Dog

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Local Company At Forefront of COVID Testing, Possibly Even a Vaccine

Another new friend is John Shearman, a marketing and communications specialist who has

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Synchronicity Picks: Two Ways of Knowing, Life Is Beautiful, Grow for Good

Photo by Katheryn Laible We’ve been thinking a lot about science and spirituality lately, and how we wish those who resonate with our hearts wouldn’t so often trouble our minds
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Dr. Spencer Thomas atop the Uffizi in Florence, Italy

Spencer’s Picks: What? Why? How Can I? COVID Considerations…

Photo of Dr. Spencer Thomas atop the Uffizi in Florence, Italy. Photo by Katheryn Laible Dr. Thomas is back, sharing bits of the Internet that intrigue him. Here are some
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COVID-19: Sources of Good Information from Reputable Sources

Photo by Kayla Velasquez on Unsplash   There’s a lot of great news coverage out there…and a lot of not-so-helpful, possibly even dangerous stuff going around that’s spreading even faster
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A Marriage of Art and Science to Address Global Food Insecurity: PlantingSeed Jewelry

Dr. Kate Creasey-Krainer seems as much an elegant permaculturalist, dedicated to environmental health and sustainability, as she is a highly trained and published plant geneticist. She believes that science is only as good as the integrity of the science communication with those of us who aren’t experts.
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On Sunflower’s Golden Spirals

I’d like to talk about patterns. In particular, the pattern that you might see if you look at the sunflower above.*(Photo credit: Esdras Calderan/wikipedia (CC BY 2.0) https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Espiral_de_semillas_de_Girasol.jpg )  
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Why Basic Research. Illustrated via “Dominoes — HARDCORE Mode”

Destin Sandlin, creator of the YouTube channel, “Smarter Every Day,” is a rocketry engineer at the Redstone Arsenal. Arguably, his breakout video demonstrated the remarkable ability of chickens to keep
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