Part 2: 2009 Indian SF Workshop at IIT-K. Final part, thank God.
My experiences as an instructor at the 2009 Indian SF Workshop at IIT-K –Part 1.
Chandrayaan I is on its way to the moon.
Kevin Foster and Hanna Kokko’s paper claims that superstition (might) persist in a population provided it has survival value. Naturally. Some objections to these types of arguments.
A recent experiment seems to show some species of fish can do transitive inference. Specifically, they can figure out that if A outfights B and B outfights C, then A can outfight C. My goldfish writes a rebuttal.
Reza Aslan and Sam Harris discuss religion and reason. Let’s hug it out, bitches.
A review of the sci-fi Tamil film “E”.
Vandana Singh’s book “Younguncle Comes To Town” wins the ALA’s Notable Book Of The Year award.
On Jules Verne’s strange hero Captain Nemo and how Nemo’s radical history was suppressed by English translators.
Thoughts on the fabrication of a maximally effective virus. Don’t try this at home.