Currently on view at the New York Academy of Sciences Art Gallery is an exhibit of the molecular illustrations of Kenneth Eward. I followed the links to Kenneth’s website and found one of the most captivating animated illustrations of the molecular development of human life. His “A Window Into Human Life” won an honorable mention … Continue reading Life at the Art-Science Interface
Did you ever notice or have an encounter with someone and wonder how his/her partner could ever possibly stand them? There are many parallels to this in nature - one that came to my mind this evening involves anemone fish, who live among the stinging tentacles of sea anemones. Most mobile coral reef inhabitants seem … Continue reading The Human Anemone Fish
This is a beautiful fractal knot that I found on Google Images and in a great blog (http://growabrain.typepad.com/growabrain/fractals/index.html) (Thanks, Hanan!). It's entitled "Animated Sierpinski". I LOVE fractals. Mathematics is the language of infinity.
Parallelaphors is a blog dedicated to my observations of the parallels and metaphors between our everyday lives and the natural world. I am a biological scientist and an animal-lover. My goal in creating this blog is to teach a little and learn a lot. I'm very new at blogging so this site should change quite … Continue reading What is Parallelaphors?