Tag Archive for Biology

My Beaches Are Clammy


Once upon a time, there was a pink clam. The pink clam lived in a hard shell made of crusty juice and woven hair that surrounded his pinkness. The clam lived on the beach. The brown ocean waves were rising,… Read more…

Alien Invasions On Primordial Planet Earth


There once was a land of white sky, gray tree, and black earth. The two white folk dug in the black earth with a grey trowel and found a scary magenta worm. One of the folk cut the worm in… Read more…

Here I Sit, So Broken-Hearted…


Proposing a spelling and pronunciation destinctivization between ecoli and ecological, so people don’t obsess over doodoo, which harbors ecoli in bulk, when worrying about the environment. Yes, we know the bacteria is colonial in nature. No we don’t want to be… Read more…

Biosymmetrical Mathematical Evolution of Forms, with Incidental Applications


The most inadvertently sexy math problem in existence, if I may say so myself. [link removed](Don’t worry, it wasn’t explicit, just low-quality).                                 If you’re… Read more…

Oh, Green World…


I would like to take a moment to promote biodiversity in ecosystems and compassion towards all living creatures, because beauty in life comes only from nature. While humanity’s attempts at creating art can be said to be beautiful in a more subjective manner, the… Read more…

A Mathematical Deconstruction of Friendship


You: (A), me: (B), us: (A) ∪ (B), we: ((A) = (B)) & ((A) ∪ (B)), it’s getting weird: (((A) = (B)) & ((B) = (A))) & ((A) ∪ (B)), fate to be determined: (((A) = (B)) & ((B) = (A))) & (((A) ∪ (B))… Read more…