My dream day includes Clint Eastwood and I drinking bourbon, smoking cigars, and watching The Outlaw Josey Wales. At one of the most memorable moments in…View More These are a Few of My Favorite Species: Pistol Shrimp
I generally bow to Dr. M and Alex when it comes to rap music knowledge, but I’m just going to add this little factlet to the…View More The official anthology of Rick Ross rapping about crustaceans
Not everything on a coral is actually a coral. Embedded into the hard coral’s surfaces are nearly 100 species of specialized barnacles—the Pyrgomatidae. New work…View More A Narrative of Coral-Dwelling Barnacles With the Aid of Internet Memes
For many ocean invertebrates, the first stage of life occurs as tiny larvae in the plankton. The toughness of the planktonic larval life has caused…View More Female Crabs Only Eat Their Own Young When They’re Hungry
I hate all the stuff growing on whales. It’s just one of those weird personal tics. All those barnacles look annoying and itchy and the whole…View More That looks terrible on you Dolphin- take it off!
The 2011 Fukushima Dai-ichi nuclear fiasco was a disaster that is still affecting Japan. But it also raised an onslaught of questions about the potential…View More The question you should have asked about Fukushima, but probably didn’t.
I wooden dream of having a post full of wood puns. On the other hand my alder ego often gets the best of me and…View More Will My Wood Research Be Poplar?
Because….Monday. The newest hit jam from Eric Axelman and the infamous Bertness Lab. Bringing us everything we need to know about the Masters of the…View More Ain't Nothing but a Green Crab Thang
Simply brilliant; I dont know how I only just heard about these, they have millions of views. Check out the rest of his channel here:View More Where has THIS guy been all my life?!
I love seaweed. Maybe it’s because I am from California and we are all plant loving hippies or maybe it’s because they’re the underappreciated overlords…View More Weed of the Week: The Rihanna Hypothesis Revisited