Editor’s Selections: Young Scientists, Rates and Measures, Tripping on Rye, and Cannibalism Revealed

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By Jarrett Byrnes

smalljarrett2Jarrett Byrnes focuses on posts in ecology, environmental sciences, and evolution. He blogs at I’m a chordata, urochordata!

  • While John Everett and others make the argument that CO2 levels have reached similar peaks in geological time, the important thing to separate total levels from the rate of change.
  • What wee beastie made Medieval Europeans hallucinate and experience burns without fire? Ergot!
  • I’ve always wondered, just how do you tell if prehistoric humans were cannibals? The answer is coprolites!

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2 Responses to “Editor’s Selections: Young Scientists, Rates and Measures, Tripping on Rye, and Cannibalism Revealed”

  1. charlie Says:
    January 17th, 2011 at 1:40 pm

    Yay! Thanks for the selection! :D

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    August 12th, 2014 at 4:35 am

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