Thursday, June 30, 2011

The New Genetics -- Interlude: A Lot of What We Don't Know About Genetics Is Hiding in the Researcher's Trash Can

by Chris Masterjohn

Who would make a better scientist?

The know-it-all?
Or this curious little fellow?

One of the most pervasive human traits is perhaps one of the greatest scourges of mankind — the inability to say "I don't know."

Ned Kock Provides a Philosophical Breakthrough on Fruit

by Chris Masterjohn

In retrospect, I don't know why this wasn't obvious to me years ago, but my hindsight is really the only thing that didn't start failing me when I turned 17 and my opthamologist told me I was "just getting older."

Ned Kock recently provided me with a philosophical breakthrough on fruit, buried in a post about boring food.

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Understanding Weston Price on Primitive Wisdom -- Ancient Doesn't Cut It

by Chris Masterjohn

New post over at Mother Nature Obeyed:


Read more about the author, Chris Masterjohn, PhD, here.