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Go Extinct! Cardgame on Kickstarter

Just wanted to put in a plug for my friend’s new evolution card game. You can buy it on Kickstarter. Woo hoo! Advertisements

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Moving Blogs to!

Dear Rhymebosome faithful, I’m moving most of my blogging efforts over to It’s a little easier to remember, spell, etc. which I guess sort of matters in the world of the internet. Also nice because so many of my … Continue reading

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Brahe’s Battles Kickstarter!

This is it people. Anybody who has ever enjoyed one of my science songs, read one of these blog posts, been at one of my school shows… Jump on board! Just minutes ago I launched a kickstarter campaign to help … Continue reading

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One Bottle at a Time (Save the Fishes)

My first week back in the United States, I joined a group of students from Redwood High’s REAL program to write a song about what they do. Their work involves creek cleanups, water purification programs in Thailand, an organic garden, … Continue reading

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Last science rapping hurrah in New Zealand

Crazy transitions are coming up. I’m finishing my thesis. Applying to neurobiology PhD programs in the U.S. And looking for science education gigs to keep me occupied (and paying rent) until August 2013. Although I’m still cranking out my thesis … Continue reading

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Life is a shrubbery

I’ve had a lot of adventures in the past two years. One of the craziest occured right after my science rap trip to Japan (more on that eventually). I had been invited to give a commencement speech at the Bay of Plenty Polytechnic … Continue reading

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Ice Fest – Check your shelf before you wreck your shelf

Last weekend I drove up to Christchurch for the opening of New Zealand Ice Fest – a celebration of Antarctic science held in Hagley Park. It’s the first one ever, though they’ll be doing it every two years. I had … Continue reading

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