Biochemistry undergraduate at SUNY Geneseo. In a band called A Secret Scenario. If I could, I would be Batman.

31st July 2014

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Put down that drink!

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31st July 2014

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Put down that drink!

Put down that drink!

Here’s my latest video update. Leave me some comments about alcohol!

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30th July 2014

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Earth is definitely warming… thanks to this sick burn!

I know what you’re thinking. There’s no way you’re gonna watch seven minutes of C-SPAN2. You wouldn’t even watch seven minutes of C-SPAN1, amirite?!

What if I told you that contained within this seven minutes is the most epic smackdown of congressional climate science denial ever uttered in the halls of the U.S. Capitol? Perhaps the most sick and depressing call-out of those who refuse to accept science since John Oliver invited Bill Nye out on stage?  

Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) is about to give that to you.

Here he is scolding climate conspiracy theorist, science denier, and recipient of more than $1 million from the fossil fuel industry, Sen. James Inhofe (R-Alternate Reality), after Inhofe blocked a resolution that would have simply acknowledged the reality of man-made climate change.

"The only place… where denial is anything credible any longer, is here in Congress, where the money from the fossil fuel industry still has a vicious effect."

If it weren’t such a dire issue, I’d be smiling. Thanks to Phil Plait for posting this.

We need more politicians like this one. The focus should be on data, not ideology.

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30th July 2014

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Smith Chart visual representation of interaction between resistive and reactive components.
(Via Wikimedia Commons)

scienceisbeauty:

Smith Chart visual representation of interaction between resistive and reactive components.

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30th July 2014

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Summer Project

So, it’s the summer before my senior year as a biochemistry major, and I’m pretty excited. I’m working on a boolean network model of metabolism, and I’m finally starting to get results.

Summer Project

So, it’s the summer before my senior year as a biochemistry major, and I’m pretty excited. I’m working on a boolean network model of metabolism, and I’m finally starting to get results.

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30th July 2014

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How much of your brain do YOU use?

How much of your brain do YOU use?

It’s getting to be a popular thing online to talk about the good old 10% myth because of the new Lucy film. Here’s my take on the matter from a video I did months ago!

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30th July 2014

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Hello World!

My name is Brandon, and I run a science blog on Tumblr. I’ve recently decided to branch out, so I will now be posting everything here and over there on Tumblr as well!

My posts will mainly concern the scientific areas of biochemistry, chemistry, biology, and current events in popular science. However, I also will have many posts about science controversy, mathematics, physics, computer science,…

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30th July 2014

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I’ll be on Wordpress as well as Tumblr from here on out!

I love reaching new internet friends, so find me at sinkhership.wordpress.com as well as right here!

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29th July 2014

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Schrödinger equation with an electron trapped in a well.  That’s the uncertainty principle on my foot too, but it’s hard to see.  I’ve got a bunch more all over me, but I just happened to have this picture handy.  twitter: @jasonthalken

I’ve been getting some tattoos lately, and my body needs some science (my current tattoos are Batman related). What equation or scientific representation should I get, followers? I’m leaning toward Gibbs free energy at the moment…

fuckyeahmathandsciencetattoos:

Schrödinger equation with an electron trapped in a well.  That’s the uncertainty principle on my foot too, but it’s hard to see.  I’ve got a bunch more all over me, but I just happened to have this picture handy.  twitter: @jasonthalken

I’ve been getting some tattoos lately, and my body needs some science (my current tattoos are Batman related). What equation or scientific representation should I get, followers? I’m leaning toward Gibbs free energy at the moment…

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29th July 2014

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