Science in everyday life —
news, comment & fiction
I’m Art Chester. As a scientist, I write about technology in our lives, both Science Fact and Science Speculation. As Urno Barthel, I write fiction about life in the research laboratory. Read the posts, add your reply. Read the fiction, tell me what you think. Submit your own posts, and connect with me. This is your site too!
Science Fact: Slow food – it’s the cure for that logy holiday feeling, and for the fear of getting on the scale! Research consistently shows that eating more slowly helps you feel full with less food. That translates to a … Continue reading
Science Fact: An acronym can save your life! A medical emergency is no business for amateurs. There’s a reason that medical professionals need immense amounts of training to know just what to do: – Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) take 120 … Continue reading
Science Fact: “Tells” are the unconscious tics that give away your deepest secrets – not just in a game of poker, but in everyday life. Do you think you can keep a secret? Not from a careful observer! And: Can … Continue reading
The Holiday Sale brings good news for readers of Death By Tech and Death By Probability! Both of the Evan Olsson mysteries are now available in both print and e-book versions, with a special 2 for 1 holiday sale that’s good … Continue reading