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WasteFlake

The Wasteflake Project starts conversations on culture and science.
The Wasteflake Project is currently bring remodeled. Existing users can still login and add material but we are not actively seeking participants. If you would like a new a user id created or the password of an existing user reset please send email to wasteman at wasteflake.com.

Work in progress at Wasteflake, linked here for your consideration:
  1. PeerReview — just what is it? Is the Wasteflake Project an example of expanded peer review, or an entirely new kind of peer review?
  2. Popular images of science and scientists: see Cornelius' position paper on PopularArchaeology and discuss images of popular archaeology in the forum.
  3. Fiction! See WasteflakeFiction for stories, both finished and in progress.
  4. SpamArt. If enough users, at enough keyboards, enter enough subject lines from spam, will it be art?
  5. MoreWasteflake — everything from MixologicalScience to SoWhatsUp.
  6. Background Checks Stories digging into the meaning of news breaks
    1. Battling Typhus in the Warsaw Ghetto
    2. Disability Ramps for Ancient Greeks
    3. Recovering from Catastrophe: Lessons from the Past
    4. Precolumbian American and Polynesian Sailors
    5. Origins of the Hyksos
  7. New Projects that we're working on elsewhere:
    1. Fine Whining
    2. Bionic Valkyrie
    3. Adventures of G. Curious
    4. Science Scribalist
  8. SourGrapesAndSaddleSores
    1. Sermons of George W. Hirst
  9. HaveUniverseNeedName
  10. Book of Frauds
  11. It's AboutTime
  12. Peoria
  13. GeorgeHirst
  14. BackStories



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Created by steve. Last Modification: Monday 27 of July, 2020 06:59:04 EDT by KKris.