This has been a particularly notable year for me. I had a near-death experience and learned the joys of those who spend more time at doctors than they would like. I also had a chance to share some science and opinions with you, our readers. That makes me twice blessed.
Ferdinand the Bull’s real-life model, Civilón Geomythology pairing our cultural myths with geologic findings What will food be like in the future, more like Soylent Green or Impossible Burgers – Oreos may foretell our food future. Woke words
Who hasn’t done it? Twisted an Oreo in two and then enjoyed the creamy filling before eating the wafer (with dunking in milk, optional). Why, for the most part, does the filling always remain on just one wafer? A new study in the Physics of Fluids addresses this hugely important issue.