A Late Summer Science Corner
by Molly Lambert
I’ve got the whole world in my brain
Wow, what a banner week for women’s sex drives. First we find out it’s mathematically impossible for men to have more partners than women. Now it seems the sex drive is totally in the brain, not hormonal as has always been assumed.
Fortress of Solitude found in Mexico.
“I’M IN UR OCEANS, TRACKING UR DEEP SEA ECOSYSTEMZ”
Not a crayfish but an axolotl
Crayfish and the art of bluffing.
Uh Oh. China’s winning at the internet too.
Not science, just neat
Guess who else is reading Lovecraft? It’s Patton.
John Tierney’s article on “Recycling Is Garbage” has the dubious distinction of breaking the New York Times Magazine’s hate mail record.
I don’t know John Tierney, but I imagine we’d get along judging by his sopilsistic and stonery science writings, and his casual use of the word “dude.” Also he dated Maureen Dowd so we already know he likes redheads who never shut up.
Old School Emosogynists
If I lived in Chicago, I would be running out to see “Osage County.” Since I am in Los Angeles, I will probably go see “Delirious” because I love Tom DiCillo and it appears to star Michael Pitt playing the role of Leonardo DiCaprio in “Celebrity.”
Remember when Leo was still cute? Sigh.
Rizzuto in Meatloaf’s ‘Paradise By The Dashboard Light’: mp3
Teenage Lust – Times New Viking: mp3
Allegory Gets Me Hot – Times New Viking: mp3
Big Painting – The Times: mp3
Molly Lambert is Senior Editor of This Recording