Articles by Ryan Brown

Science link fest for the week of the 27th

July 27, 2013 | Ryan Brown

Hello Paleoposse! This week I bring you Egyptians and iron meteorites, Neil deGrasse Tyson as the Carl Sagan of our generation and a mild rant about poor quality science reporting. I’m off to enjoy my 30th birthday. Hope you all have an awesome weekend! Solid science: Here’s a ... [Read more...]

Your science links for the week of July 19th

July 20, 2013 | Ryan Brown

Howdy paleoposse! Here are this weeks sciency links for your weekend reading pleasure.  This weeks links cover gold producing neutron stars, the boredom of travelling to Mars, some words of inspiration from Richard Feynman, and Comic-Con 2013. Things that are science: The Giant Impact Model has long been the go to ... [Read more...]

Science link goodness for the week of July 12th

July 13, 2013 | Ryan Brown

Hello paleoposse! This week I bring you some of my favorite science articles from around the internet. In keeping with the podcast theme, I’ve divided it up into things that are science, things that are sort of science, and things that wish they were science. This week we cover ... [Read more...]

A few of my favorite moments from LPSC 2013

March 26, 2013 | Ryan Brown

(Note: this was initially posted on my other blog at Glacial Till, but there were some good bits of information that I wanted to share with the Paleoposse.) Last week I attended my first science conference: The Lunar and Planetary Science Conference in Houston, TX. If you followed me on ... [Read more...]

Of Meteorites and Men

February 12, 2013 | Ryan Brown

Hello Paleoposse! My name is Ryan Brown and I’m one of the newest victims bloggers here at the Paleocave. I made an appearance on Episode 134 where I talked a bit about meteorites and the asteroid mining company, Planetary Resources. I blog over at Glacial Till where, confusingly enough, I ... [Read more...]

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