What brought you here?

I have been following an excellent blog lately. It is called Inspiring Science, and it is really, really good.

I am hardly an unbiased commenter, of course. You see, I love science. I love its deep complexity yet totally understandable character while at the same time recognizing that there are people in all walks of life who may not have been exposed to science or have the wrong idea of what science is about. Part of the reason why I blog is that I want to help, and so does the Inspiring Science blog, check out its “About” page!

It also helps that it is very well written of course…

I was reading it a couple of days ago and it posted a very interesting question, framed on “…the questions that people search for before landing on (a) blog”. He got the idea from another blog, Do you speak science?

That post somehow reminded me of (what else?) biological connections. In nature, everything is connected and nowhere is this more evident that in a biological system. It also reminded me a little of what that many of us felt last century (:-) when we started “surfing the web” (do they still say that?) and were like “wow!”, when we clicked here and there and oftentimes we forgot where we started browsing.

Anyway, what brought you here? How did you find the “Baldscientist” blog? Tell me your story!

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Picture credit: http://www.the-scientist.com/?articles.view/articleNo/15743/title/Validating-the-Interactome/

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  1. As you may well know (?) — I think you may have commented on my blog–for which I am grateful. There is a lot of good insight in your posts. Even though I lean towards the chemical aspects of science–I find biology to be refreshing.

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