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Welcome to Creaturefector! | dissident

Hello runaway!

I’m Sabrina, Devictor’s newest writer. I will mainly cover files creature beat, writing about non-human life, meaning all the little and eccentric children who generously share the planet with us. (We humans are so bad at sharing the planet, that’s why I’m ashamed!)

You may be wondering: Defector is mostly a sports blog. What is the sport found in creatures? Not much, which is perhaps the best considering the number of historical animal sports that often revolved around the killing of animals (see: Eel pulling, as well as the related and deadly eel pulling riot of 1886). But from my point of view, Defector is the perfect habitat for creature hits because Defector is a site full of joy and most importantly obsession.

To me, obsession seems crucial to beating a creature because if you encounter a random creature in the wild, you might feel disoriented, confused, or even alienated. This creature is probably a small insect with more legs than you are used to seeing. Perhaps this creature has something to worry about, such as a spine, slime, or sting. Maybe this creature is actually very beautiful and mysterious but doesn’t care to know you – which I say is good for them! I encounter creatures every day that I cannot fathom. I’ve come across more creatures that I’ve never noticed. But I want to notice them and understand them!

This is where you come to. I am not a scientist or expert on any particular creature, but I am a science journalist who loves to talk to people who have dedicated their entire lives to uncovering secrets. frog feet or snout weevil. In Defector, I hope to be your guide to the many creatures that slither, tumble and burrow around us on this beautiful, stupid planet – based on the excellent coverage of bird vector I write my way to the secrets of the evolution of life on Earth.

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I will also write about humans in science, such as the people who have shaped its history and the many others who are now working to fix what he has destroyed or wrongly mentioned above. I aim to be highly skeptical about what is morally permissible in the name of science and scientific discovery, and I hope to focus the voices of those who are directly affected by said science and who criticize the harm research can bring to marginalized communities. I am also interested in the ways in which science can promote fairness and justice, as well as the ways in which science is transmitted in mainstream culture, whether it is in Goofy memes Or another aphrodisiac about a man and an octopus.

To be clear, I’m not going to cover our nation’s major science news, like infectious diseases or the launch of SpaceX’s rockets. Instead, I’ll be looking for stories that may be seeping through the loopholes or are irrelevant along with the fact that I’ve learned about them and now want to tell all my friends. Consider the world of insects Dr. Alexander Riedel In Germany who had to invent names 101 sousse One stroke (my favorite is Trigonopterus sordiduswhich is named for the unique adjective because it is indistinguishable from a dirt bead.)

I would be remiss to talk about science blogs without acknowledging one of the best blogs ever. Ed Young’s decade-long blog Not exactly rocket science he has the simple task “To celebrate the marvel of science and, above all, to make it as interesting and interesting for any reader as it is for me.” I started reading Ed’s blog when I was a young intern at Scientific American He had no background in science, hadn’t attended (and passed in) a college science class, and had no idea what I was doing as an intern at a place like Scientific American. Not exactly Rocket Science wasn’t just my guide to learning and loving science, it was also a model for the kind of science writing I realized I wanted to do: blogs that are accessible, engaging, and full of wonder.

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And now here I am, at last, free to blog about little men—a term I publish in a gender-neutral sense—to my heart’s content. Maybe some big guys sneak in too, but only if they’re a little unconventional. Welcome to Creaturefector. Hope you like it here.