Harry Potter’s World: Renaissance Science, Magic, and Medicine

There’s this exhibit coming to Tulsa…actually, it is already here, I just forgot about it.  Apparently, this exhibit has been making the rounds since 2008.  The Oklahoma State University Center for Health Sciences Medical Library has a Harry Potter exhibit…why OSU’s Health Sciences Medical Library?  I have not idea.  Apparently, I’ll just have to go […]

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And the Grammy Goes To…

Last night was a big night. No, I’m not just saying that because America got to watch the BBC’s Sherlock “The Sign of Three”.  Some awesome music got recognized last night at the Grammy Awards, and live performances rocked the stage.  Beyonce & Jay-Z, host LL Cool J, and Katy Perry all appeared on center […]

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More LEGOs!

Oh, the things I come across on the internet.  Today, I found a link to all kinds of amazing things people have built with LEGO’s…hmmmm…I have some building to do! ‘Til next time, Jessica

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How Do You Say That?

So I have a problem.  It isn’t a big problem, but it is recurring.  The problem is I read a lot.  How is that a problem, you ask?  Well, let me ‘splain it to you, Lucy?  My vocabulary is rather…extensive, because I read a lot.  Some of the words that I know, don’t get bandied […]

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Here be 3D printed dragons

Originally posted on CSIROscope Blog:
Earlier this week we posted about a letter we received from Sophie, a 7-year-old girl. All she wanted was a dragon. Sophie’s very polite letter. “Our work has never ventured into dragons of the mythical, fire breathing variety. And for this Australia, we are sorry,” we replied. Sophie’s letter, and our…

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That Which Cannot Remain Silent

  “Music expresses that which cannot be put into words and that which cannot remain silent” ― Victor Hugo Maybe I have Victor Hugo on the brain because Mycroft had to take his parents to see Les Misérables.  Who knows.  What I do know is that this quote is oh, so true for me.  Whether it is joy […]

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Sherlock & Doctor Who Win Awards

Are we surprised?  Well, not really, although there were some tremendous performances nominated for each category of the National Television Awards. Best TV Detective went to Benedict Cumberbatch for Sherlock, but he was up against some incredible competition.  Performances by Idris Elba in Luther (an amazing show), David Tennant and Olivia Coleman in Broadchurch (again…amazing), […]

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