I took a sabbatical starting about 6 months ago (March 2019). I'm wrapping it up now (September 2019). Here's the why, what for, and whodunit: If you've read along with me for a while you know that I have issues with my family, both living and dead, back home in Indiana. Resurfaced Memories from an Unexpected Trip I was more discombobulated by my unexpected trip … [Read more...] about We’ve Been… Busy
I used to have an attitude. I still do. But I was suppressing it so as to appeal to the vanilla pablum of a broader audience. Screw that. My my niche-y bitchies love me and my old time friends who are gentile know that I am a bit outrageous at times. It has been so long since May; the Solstice has gone by, US Women's Soccer ruled, and all that. I intended to update in … [Read more...] about July Already Bitches!
Click here to view original web page at www.globalsistersreport.org Speakers and co-sponsors of "Transformative Spirituality: Living in and Through the Spirit," an event held during the 63rd session of the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women (Margaret Capen) This year the 63rd United Nations conference on women (known as the Commission on the Status of Women) was [...] … [Read more...] about Raising our voices for women
Click here to view original web page at gulfnews.com Lego or dolls, sport or chatting: ... are male and female brains different? 'The Gendered Brain' book cover The Gendered Brain: The new neuroscience that shatters the myth of the female brain By Gina Rippon, Bodley Head, 448 pages, £15 You might recognise Gina Rippon as the expert from [...] … [Read more...] about Debunking a common myth
Click here to view original web page at people.com Scientists on Wednesday revealed the first-ever photo taken of a black hole — but one woman played an essential role in capturing the image. According to the Washington Post , Katie Bouman, a 29-year-old computer scientist, created the algorithm that made it possible to assemble the photo. Telescopes from [...] … [Read more...] about Scientist Who Helped Take First Black Hole Photo Is Only 29: Meet Katie Bouman