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- In Evolution, Nice Spiders … by
To an arachnophobe they may seem universally creepy, but spiders can actually be nice. One strange species of spider, Anelosimus studiosus, consists of individuals of two distinct personalities: docile and aggressive. And new research finds that, in this species at least, nice guys finish last. A. studiosus is found in both North and South America, where[...]
- Episode 10 – The Terrible Old Man by
This week we explore what it’s like to deal with the elderly in The Terrible Old Man. Extra thanks to our reader – Mr. Douglas Sarine of Ask a Ninja! Note: I forgot to mention a cool animation that adapts this story! Check it out! -Chris. Next week: The Tree & The Cats of Ulthar! http://www.hppodcraft.com/podcasts/09_09_10_hppodcraft_ep010.mp3[...]
- See Inside a Chrysalis as i… by
Watching a butterfly emerge from its chrysalis is enough to evoke wonder even from the most world-weary of souls. But rarely do we get to see behind the scenes of the pupa’s transformation. Current methods rely on dissection of the chrysalis, or at best, staining the critter (thereby killing it) and using X-rays to look[...]
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- The Horror of Lovecraft… by
H.P. Lovecraft is all of those things, but a master of his craft is not necessarily an easy man to live with, and genius often goes unrecognized in it's time, or at least unrewarded financially. How does one love the man like Lovecraft? A man who …See all stories on this topic » Click Here[...]
- Like That New Song? Your Br… by
Activity in a particular part of our brains while listening to new music reveals whether we enjoy the tune, and even how much we’d be willing to pay to hear it again. Neural activity in the nucleus accumbens (NAcc), part of the brain’s ventral striatum, can predict how much a listener likes a particular piece[...]
- Beast in the Cave: House of… by
Lately, a lot of folks have asked me to post on the blog. I do this as a service, and it does not mean I personally support the process. The blog is about Lovecraft and his legacy, and part of the second decade of the 21st century is about social networking and how Lovecraft’s legacy[...]
- Markets Make Us Less Moral by
Most of us would agree that harming others on purpose and for no reason is immoral. Social scientists have long assumed that marketplaces are to blame for many a compromised moral. There’s no shortage of historical examples: take the slave trade, or buying indulgences from the church, for instance. Now science has weighed in to confirm[...]
- Digital Cthulhu does your bidding… by
Need Cthulhu to do your bidding? No need to mess around with The Neconomicon and star-charts. The excellent Cthulhu Rising 3D model is currently 40% off, at $ 20.97. It’s a 3D digital model that you can pose and light and render (i.e. make a picture of) using the free DAZ Studio 3D software. Images[...]
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- amandachen on Why Do Dogs Drool?Actually I know this one. It's because they are expecting a bell.
- Mike Clarke on Review – Illustrated …Very thorough and thoughtful review. You certainly know your Apes history!
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