Time changes all things

This is supposed to be a farewell column, but it’s hard to shake the science-writing habit after it’s been nurtured for so long. So, forgive the ramblings of a science writer desperately trying to write a newspaper-safe personal letter. Time changes all things. It changes people, it changes memories, it changes the very nature of…

Responses to “The Anti-Science Committee”

A collection of the original response, plus the responses to the response. Published March 7, 2013 Photo by Hudson Lofchie You can find responses to my other columns HERE —– YOU CAN FIND MY ORIGINAL COLUMN HERE. HERE IS THE ORIGINAL RESPONSE, SENT TO ME OCT 19, 1012 *note: I have left all of the spelling errors…

Things that eat

Column and Photo by Hudson Lofchie —– *Editor’s note: I realize that I have drastically oversimplified many of these concepts, but there is just too much information to adequately express it all. You could easily fill 500 single-spaced pages explaining just the first paragraph. For you organic chemistry people, the size of this column is…

Responses to “Why You’re Wrong”

A collection of the original response, plus the responses to the response.  Published March 5, 2013 Photo by Hudson Lofchie You can find responses to my other columns HERE —– You can find my original column HERE. Here is the original response, published Feb 28, 2013, the day after my column was published. As a Roman…

Why You’re Wrong

Column and Photo by Hudson Lofchie —– A little while ago, I wrote about how amazing plants are, and how they have been here longer than us, and will be here long after we are gone. I also promised that I would have some choice words for those individuals who did not believe in evolution’s…

The House Always Wins

Column and Photo by Hudson Lofchie —– Even if you don’t believe in evolution, you can’t deny that there are some truly amazing organisms that populate our planet. And if you don’t believe in evolution, I have some choice words for you … another time perhaps. When you ask someone to think of the most…

The Educators

Column and photo by Hudson Lofchie —– When asked to name some of the people who changed the world, there are a few obvious names that come to mind: Martin Luther King Jr., Winston Churchill, Shakespeare, Darwin, Newton, Mozart, Einstein, Bill Gates and Steve Jobs … the list goes on ad infinitum. Why do we…