Category Archives: Science

Back of the Envelope: The ‘S’ Stands for Sarcoma

Another edition of ‘Back of the Envelope’ for you guys! This time, I’ve been asked about one of my favorite subjects: Superman. Specifically on the reason he is not classified as a known carcinogen by the IARC. Take a look here!

In hindsight, I should've made that guy Jimmy Olsen.

 

-G.M. Nair

 

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I’ll Be Back… of the Envelope

Hot on the heels of the thrilling conclusion of Wake Me Up Before You Mogo, I’ve put out a fresh new installment of Back of the Envelope! This time, I’ve been asked how time travel works in The Terminator franchise. Although a better question would be ‘Who the hell greenlit Terminator: Genisys?’.

Check it out here.

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-G.M. Nair

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Back of the Envelope – Wake Me Up Before You Mogo (Part 2)

After a bit of a hiatus, I decided to fulfill my earlier obligations and finish up my scientific examination of the Green Lantern. Check out “Wake Me Up Before You Mogo – Part 2”

Would you like to take a moment to register me?

 

– G.M. Nair

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Game of Thrones and The Systematic Erosion of American Scientific Literacy

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Because nobody cares about other things except dragons.

My good, very funny friend Ryan Stanisz tapped me to write a piece on his blog “Baby Judith’s Gotta Go“, wherein he makes outrageous claims about how television shows are terrible and destroying America. My subject? Game of Thrones and it’s horrendous effect on scientific literacy. Check it out here, won’t you?

-G.M. Nair

 

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