Friday, July 17, 2009


Here it is, for your viewing pleasure: my first published research article.

And, because this is sure to happen to some degree (and has already started: How it will be interpreted.

p.s. The Y chromosome is not going to disappear anytime soon (i.e. in your lifetime, or your children's lifetimes or in your great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great-great grand child's lifetime, nor are males going to disappear. Period.


Anonymous said...

Great comic! I've seen news anchors misinterpret species. Seriously, a news anchor was reporting on a squirrel. The film showed a white squirrel which caused the anchor to announce that it was not a squirrel but was a rat. (Apparently some rats have cute fluffy tails ;)
Given that, I think most news organizations have little hope of reporting accurately on your paper.

mathbionerd said...

Sigh...sadly I have to agree with you...

Although their mess-ups are sometimes hilarious, such as the rat-squirrel, or even the raccoon-beast that washed up on the shore:

it gets a bit old when you realize they aren't doing it go be funny - they just don't want to tire out their two lonely brain cells to think of a reasonable explanation.