The more we discover, the less we know


One of the experts interviewed is my adviser and fellow blogger, baldscientist.




Baldscientist has something to say about some political asshattery.

Baldscientist is my friend and mentor and has something to say that is deserving of your attention.

Sandy and Slowing Down (introduction)

Faerie is my latest work.

This season has been a busy one for me and I have had precious little time to work on building this blog but the storm with the given name Sandy has given me the rare opportunity to slow down, take a few relaxing breaths, and pen this introduction.

I am Debra Baker and I live a crazy awesome life in one of the most beautiful parts of the best country on the most hospitable planet known to humans. Both hemispheres of my brain are equally active which translates into an eclectic person that loves science, life sciences in particular, and I also have a deep need to create or at least to attempt to create beauty in the form of painting, gardening, and writing.

I just earned my Masters in Biology and am teaching Biology to non-majors at Delaware County Community College and I really suck at teaching but I love my students and love Biology and am learning from my mistakes although I’m not sure that I will be offered spring classes. Time will tell.

I have organized this blog into categories so my worlds can coexist without cancelling one another out.

Loura Shares A Story

One woman strives to teach and learn via creative storytelling using visual, written, and performing arts.


Biology - Neuroscience - Planaria - Pharmacology - Science - Research - Writing - Education - Autism

Prone to wander...

Sporadic blogging about a myriad of topics


These words are mine, please opine!

Regina Galbick

Media & Technology. Education & Art. Community & Social Justice.


social neuroscience, decision-making, ecology, economics: thoughts from adam j calhoun

A limey's ramblings

Notes on life and maybe even something interesting, one day.


What it's like doing a PhD with disability or chronic illness

Wide Open Ground

The Unfundamental Conversion

Homeschoolers Anonymous

A Project of Homeschool Alumni Reaching Out

The Upside Down World

~Online home of Rebecca Trotter; a mom, author, thinker, talker, teacher, Christian and odd duck . . .

Homeschool Planet

Keeping It Real ~ Homeschool Adventures and Other Tall Tales

Maura Mulcair

Musings and stories

Becoming Worldly

Thoughts of a former Quiverfull daughter who left the fundamentalist homeschooling lifestyle, got an education, and learned a different definition of "worldly."

Wide Open Ground

The Unfundamental Mission


An Employment Law Blog Focused on Civility, Bullying and Discrimination

Leah Hope

For Those Of Us Whispering. Screaming. Sharing. Rebuilding. Broken. Clinging. With Weary Hope.