Lawyers, Guns and Money points out that hyperterrorism worked in the 1980s without causing global human rights law to crash, why now?
Landscape and Urbanism exposes the story of how Taiwanese researchers have managed to produce bioluminescent trees via gold powder.
Not Rocket Science describes the mechanics of just how cats drink without lapping like dogs.
Rukavina lets us know that Prince Edward Island's schools are becoming increasingly multicultural. Good.
Understanding Society's Daniel Little wonders if one reason 19th century China didn't pick up on Western technology was because Chinese observers couldn't see the technology at work, literally couldn't draw it.
Window on Eurasia suggests that the Russian government is looking to associate itself with more mainstream political parties in the Baltic States, with Russian irredentism and Communism having lost traction.