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A hundred days of science blogging

IT’S DAY 100!

Okay, I know it means I’m not even one-third of the way, but what the heck, it’s a lovely number. And it means I have written a hundred little blog stories already.

In honour of this momentous occasion, I decided to pick some of my favourite blog posts to date.

When I moved to Australia and encountered a jasmine bush, my first reaction was to deny its name The quest for real jasmine, day 76

In 1907 an enterprising British army captain discovered a cave The cave that keeps on giving, day 17

The places were deep underground, damp, and dangerous – By the light of the fish, day 12

Researchers trialled the needle-ridden capsule in pigs Three sentences on needles, day 47

It’s here. Spring. I know because I’ve spent today wheezing, blowing my nose, and feeling a general blergh – Pollen drama, day 35

Tonight I went out to a dinner for a friend’s birthday and almost lost my tongue – The numbing pepper, day 40

It’s a bunch of sounds that your mind interprets the wrong way – Oh lady mondegreen, day 20

I also had a look at my traffic. Here is the most popular post.

I don’t think there’s much wrong with drinking a herbal tea when you have a sore throat… – Keep your bunk away from WHO, day 34

And here is the least popular one. I actually think it’s pretty good – give it some love?

Only a relatively small number of animals have been brought into the lives of humans to serve a purpose of some sort… – Of sheep and bugs, day 77

Which one has been your favourite?

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