Wednesday Morning Links Of Love: Because Everyone Needs A RSS-cit With Their Morning Coffee. If you have a link, tweet it to my Twitter account at TokenSkeptic!
Why are so few popular science books written by women? There are plenty of women writing about science, but their names rarely make it onto bookshelves or into the shortlist of the Royal Society’s science book prize.
From Leslie Cannold, on Twitter – great book review of The Book Of Rachael and interview from Insights Magazine:
News for Scott Sigler fans, from Facebook: This morning I start writing THE MVP, Book IV in the GFL series. I have the schedule in from Commissioner Rob Froese, using that to plot the chapters of the book. Could be a big year for Quentin and the Ionath Krakens.
My FAVORITE – from Skeptical Inquirer on Twitter – Fox News with Russian and US Scientists Gather to Hunt Down Yeti
Scientists from several countries, including Russia and the U.S., will gather in the Kemerova region of Siberia to hunt down the Yeti, after alleged sightings of the legendary creatures increased threefold in the area over the past 20 years.
From Salon – a story like an Italian Absurdist Circus, where Fellini meets Nero’s judicial system, on phencyclidine:
Amanda Knox’s perverse luck Her trial made Italian justice look cartoonish — but she should be glad her appeal wasn’t heard in the U.S.
Finally – the Good Without God Non-Prophet’s Kickball Team: