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Sunday, November 03, 2013

The Carnival of Evolution #65: Horror Host Edition

The latest issue of Carnival of Evolution is hosted by PZ Myers, a developmental biologist with an interest in evolution (among other things). He's a professor at the University of Minnesota in Morris. PZ blogs at Pharyngula. Perhaps you've heard of it?

Read: The Carnival of Evolution #65: Horror Host Edition.
I prepared for the Carnival of Evolution late at night over the last several days, bracketing the Halloween holiday, and coupled them with my traditional custom of watching horror movies. It wasn’t a good match. The evolutionary stories were far more frightening!
There are several dozen contributions and some of them are very scary.

If you want to host a Carnival of Evolution please contact Bjørn Østman. Bjørn is always looking for someone to host the Carnival of Evolution. He would prefer someone who has not hosted before but repeat hosts are more than welcome right now! Bjørn is threatening to name YOU as host even if you don't volunteer! Contact him at the Carnival of Evolution blog. You can send articles directly to him or you can submit your articles at Carnival of Evolution although you now have to register to post a submission. Please alert Bjørn or the upcoming host if you see an article that should be included in next month's. You don't have to be the author to nominate a post.

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  1. Completely off-topic (but the carnival is as much fun as carnivals should be,) but Counterpunch website is touting this:
    I can see it has the scholarly format, but perhaps you'd be interested in commenting?

    1. I don't need to comment. There are all kinds of comments elsewhere.

      Condemning Monsanto With Bad Science Is Dumb

      Bogus paper on Roundup saturates the Internet

  2. Don't read Huffington Post and never even heard of, so your links were quite useful. Thanks.