“Germany, we have a problem…” Or: Should anything be done about two bad apples of pseudoscience on the tree of ScienceBlogs.de?
Believe it or not, I hadn’t intended to stir up trouble among the ScienceBlogs collective, both English- and German-speaking. Really. Oh, I’ll admit that there are occasionally times when I actually do mean to stir up trouble. One recent example is ...
How German came to have such ridiculously long words (cute video)
They just cram all the thoughts together to make a much more convenient word ... there’s a translation below the video. Just to get your started the girl’s name is Barbara, and she’s known for her rhubarb cake – rhubarb in German is Rhabarber.
The German mainstream magazine Spiegel says:'America Must Learn from Germany Before It Is Too Late'
Spiegel US newsweekly Time writes that the wide range of German economic and social reforms have been ... "the most flexible labor market in the world." Well, well what does that it mean when he says ..... "Above all, he praises the United States ...
The German magazine Spiegel documents the decline of the American superpower
Be that as it may, while it is clear that the Tea Party has ordinary Americans in its ranks, it also has a number of haters for lack of a better word ... who do not learn from history are condemned to repeat it. Surely we must learn from the German ...
All bacteria are bad?
They kill off the “good bacteria,” leaving the “bad bacteria” to proliferate ... which colonize our guts shortly after we are born and stay with us for the rest of our lives. Not that that stops Young from writing: Does the pool of water need ...