Once again I am blogging my way from A to Z as part of the 2015 April A to Z Challenge! Come blog through the alphabet with me! If you’ve spent some time on my blog, then you know how much I love viruses. These tiny (well most of them!) pathogens use a miniscule amount […]
Once again I am blogging my way from A to Z as part of the 2015 April A to Z Challenge! Come blog through the alphabet with me! Honeybees are important creatures and I’ve become fascinated by them. So much so, that I have decided to blog about them as a theme for the A […]
Want to do a quick, simple science experiment that’s sure to be a child pleaser? Mad Science simulated a volcano at Number 3’s party. It was such a hit, that we have already done it ourselves – twice! Using only 3 common household items, you too can create a volcano in the safety of your […]
Most people don’t get to see what DNA looks like, so it’s hard for them to grasp it as a tangible thing (no pun intended). It’s microscopic, but like all tiny things, if you get a bunch of it together, it becomes something real before your eyes. I isolated DNA from strawberries with Number 1’s […]
You are curled up in your bed blissfully sleeping. Subconsciously you think that you are finally going to get a good night’s sleep, like one that you haven’t had since before you had children. Then a faint unease begins to grow in your parent brain. Something is triggering your mama bear instinct. It grows until […]
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I'm a displaced scientist looking for the science in raising kids and starting a farm.