Monthly Archives: June 2012

The Making of an Ecologist

Here I am at the Sanchez Library in Pacifica, thinking about ecology, waiting for the next few weeks to pass by so I can go back to school, and a group of youngsters are helping catch a hummingbird that strayed … Continue reading

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Scientopocalypes

  Apocalypse What is it As Seen In Science of the times Garb Cthulhutopia End of Days, Return of ancient and malevolent powers, zombies. The Road, various. Foraging or Explosives. Possibly anatomy, for headshots. No more noble-search-for-truth crap. Tattered Lab … Continue reading

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Scholarship Career Goals

I wish most for my career to advance the popularity and public understanding of science. Pursuing a graduate degree is critical to my main goal because I must be able to knowledgably discuss the process of science, and the research … Continue reading

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Scholarship Personal Statement

It has been said that human life is a dilemma, and I have reason to agree. I have always been fascinated with biology, and much of my education has revolved around it, but I also yearn to be involved with … Continue reading

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There’s Too Much Science

Sometimes I like to try to remember where I first heard an idea that I think about a lot. From the title of this post, you may guess that the idea I am thinking of has something to do with … Continue reading

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