Category Archives: Science Bits

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Does “Ontogeny recapitulate phylogeny” Into Adult Citrus?

If you could only have ONE Citrus Tree, would it be one that recapitulates the biological history from limes, to lemons, to oranges, to tangerines? Continue reading

Posted in cooking, Emergency Preparation and Risks, Food, Science Bits | 14 Comments

L.G.B! – Q + T

Meme’s of the week… and a bit of commentary. Continue reading

Posted in Covid, Meme, Political Current Events, Science Bits | 9 Comments

Truth? Or Consequences? Or And?

When I first saw this story I thought “Looks like Click Bait or maybe Paranoid Fantasy”. Digging into it a bit, it now looks like the guy’s basic science is right, and his concerns have some merit. There’s still way … Continue reading

Posted in Covid, Science Bits | 25 Comments

Tic-Tacs, Quantum Drives, USAF vs Navy, EM vs Inertia

A discussion of some potential use of Quantum Mechanics in eliminating inertia and making propulsion without propellant. Continue reading

Posted in Energy, Science Bits, Tech Bits | 272 Comments