Y’all. It’s been a hell of a week. Of course we’re still dealing with GamerGate, plus the backlash to the street harassment video that everyone loved just a few days ago. And don’t forget the fucked up Halloween costumes that are already out there! (As usual, trigger warnings for pretty much everything apply.)
Greetings! Here’s some Ebola-free news for you all.
So much to read!
It’s still #FergusonOctober, and people are still protesting police brutality in light of the Ferguson and Shaw shootings.
Bring it on, brosephs. (As usual, trigger warnings for pretty much everything apply.)
Greetings, citizens! This week we have another mix of the bad, the dangerous and the downright depressing, but as always, there’s hope.
Ebola has been much in the news recently and it has been the subject of a lot of fear regarding possible outbreaks in the United States. Ebola was originally called Zaire Ebolavirus, named after the Ebola river in what is now the Democratic Republic of Congo. The area surrounding the Ebola river was the site […]
The title for this week doesn’t really reflect anything in the news, but is just a way to show appreciation for this space on P-Mag’s 4th birthday and all the wonderful people who contribute here. I learn so much from all of you. And now the news…
Who’s there? Well, will you look at that, it’s Ebola and ISIS.
This week y’all get a couple special sections, because dear lord was there a lot of religious (and atheist) misogyny this week, but to make up for it there’s also some vintage misandry and other cool books. Plus, the most delightful video about dick pics ever! Other than that, it’s business as usual, by which I […]
Every time you think that the Republican wing of the U.S. House of Representatives has exhausted their list of fit-throwing methods, they double down and find new ways to be petulant children. On a related note: I may be a bit cranky about the world this week. Shocking, I know.
This past week, several notable people have passed away, but we’ve also got some bright spots in the world of medicine and music to share. Let’s get to it.
So many cool science stories this week! Conditions were right for there to have been life on Mars! Daisy Morris, dinosaur hunter, is the coolest 9-year-old on the planet. And can earthquakes really turn water to gold?
If it’s not apocalyptic swarms of insects, then it’s piracy on the rise. Africa is getting hit hard with more after the break.
In the world of phobias and disaster preparedness, perhaps no tragedy is as terrifying as a plague. It does make a certain amount of sense. We can spot sharks, blast zombies and reinforce our subduction zone skyscrapers. But microscopic bacteria? An undetectable parasite?