The seventh installment of Philosophia Naturalis, the quadriweekly carnival of physics and technology, is up on Geek Counterpoint; the highlight is John Conway’s two-part series about the search for the Higgs boson. The next carnival will be posted on March 29th; the carnival webpage is here. Note that although the host is not yet publicly posted on the carnival webpage, the next available hosting opportunity is on 5/24.

The 33rd Carnival of the Liberals is up on Blue Gal in a Red State. The next edition will be posted on Brainshrub on 3/14.

The 108th Carnival of Education is up on Dr. Homeslice. No highlight is offered, although there were a few possible candidates. The 109th carnival will be hosted on 3/7 on What It’s Like on the Inside.

The Skeptics’ Circle is now up on The Second Sight, with a special numerology theme. The highlights are Hlynes’ takedown of yet another a scare story about genetically modified food and Phil Plait’s rant about the story of the creationist who got a Ph.D. in geoscience and made national headlines.

And, of course, remember that the Carnival of Mathematics is up on Michi’s Blog on 3/9 and the next Carnival of the Godless will be posted on Hell’s Handmaiden on 3/4.

3 Responses to Carnivalia

  1. muppt says:

    See IDF’s new logo. Are they planning something sinister?

  2. SLC says:

    Re muppt

    There can be no doubt that the Canadian Government and the Un. of Toronto are in league with the International Zionist Conspiracy

    Re Carnival of the Liberals

    It should be noted that the fascist smear campaign against Barack Obama is is full swing. Last night on Schumckity and Holmes, they launched an attack on the church Mr. Obama attends claiming that it supports black separatism.

  3. SLC says:

    A link to a column which substantially disagrees with Mr. Levys’ sanguine views about an Iranian nuclear capability.

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