My first blog on Science Blog

It’s my first time registering as a bloger. Working on population genetics of endangered animals like giant panda and tiger, I will periodically put the progress of my work on this blog, and thoughts about theoretical evolutionary genetics will be present here.

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4 thoughts on “My first blog on Science Blog”

  1. What? How is this a great blog? There’s nothing here. This blog looks like it’s about to be a portal for spam.

    As a side note… I’m beginning to question the funding behind scienceblog.com… given the fact that y’all are publishing articles from the NCPA, who have featured among other “experts” Fred H. Singer, who… was funded a few years ago by the Unification Church… you know… Sun Myung Moon’s little cult?

    Check your sources people… and most importantly, the funding for your sources.

  2. Great Blog…. This sounds like fascinating stuff… Keep up the good work…. However try not to concentrate to much on the theoretical and deal more with the proven!!!

  3. I’ll be watching for your stuff, Chris.

    My blog here usually has something to do with books I’m reviewing for newspapers or ones I’m writing for young readers.

    Nothing on tigers or pandas from me so far, except that the former are predators mentioned in the opening of my review of the book Man the Hunted: Primates, Predators, and Human Evolution by Donna L. Hart and Robert W. Sussman.

    Fred Bortz — Science and technology books for young readers (www.fredbortz.com) and Science book reviews (www.scienceshelf.com)

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