Rigor Vitae: Life Unyielding

Wednesday, September 27, 2006

CARNIVALERT #13

The sixty-third edition of Tangled Bank, carnival of the life sciences, is now up at Indian Cowboy, This issue has the most unique theme yet: no theme at all!
Meanwhile, over at Ecostreet, it's the sustainable Carnival of the Green #46.

And a thirty-third edition of I and the Bird, the carnival of birds and the people they fascinate, is presently incubating beneath Don't Mess With Taxes. Expect pips by morning.

Just a couple of final reminders: I'll be a "Happenings in Humanities" speaker tomorrow evening at 7 at Utah Valley State College, and the following evening (Friday), I'll have a book signing at Central Book Exchange; 2017 S. 1100 E.; Salt Lake City.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Carl Buell (OGeorge) said...

Thanks for the heads-up on the new birds. Gorgeous little guys. Nice to see you back up after your short hiatus (unlike some others that we won't name).

Seeing how inspired old Col. H was, perhaps I need a "confidante".

Mozart...Beethoven...Chopin...ZAPPA!

Wasn't there a Australian fossil snake named "Montypythonoides"?

7:24 AM  
Blogger cpbvk said...

HA! Hi Carl! I remember that snake. The name didn't last long; the fossil was ascribed to a modern genus, Liasis, I think.

8:13 AM  

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