Sasanqua; botanical name, Camellia sasanqua; family, Theaceae. The photo was taken on December 12, 2010, at our yard.
From tweets of yesterday (edited by rephrasing, adding words, etc.)
[Retweet of Sean Carroll's words] My best blog posts of the year, as voted on by me: "Hits of the Year" Discover, Blogs / Cosmic Variance (December 29, 2010).
Seeking the connectome: "In Pursuit of a mind map, slice by slice." New YorkTimes (December 27, 2010). —A "connectome" means the mental makeup of a person, akin to the human genome that stores the hereditary information of a person.
[Retweet of NY Review of Books's words] Adam Michnik on Andrei Sakharov, "proof of the rationality of democratic protest." New York Review of Books, issue for January 13, 2011.
Psychology of Science
[Retweet of stevesilberman's words] "Using Google's Ngrams to distinguish real science from fads" Big Think, Blog: Mind Matters (December 29, 2010).
"In with the New Scientist: Our predictions for 2011." New Scientist.
ピンクのサザンカ (Sasanqua with Pink Flowers)