What colour?

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What colour were fossil animals? Scientists have evaluated fossil color reconstruction methods and proposed a new study framework that improves and expands current practice. (1)

What a weird era.

Our knowledge gets accumulated in amazing rates.

And yet, we are still here.

Only knowing about us.

Yes, we know about the dinosaurs. But we will never know them the way we would if we lived with them. The only thing we can truly know is that we experience. And the only thing we experience is our self. Funny cosmos. We insist on looking outside. And yet, we can only know the inside. Overwhelmed by thousands and thousands of trivial important things. Whereas we ignore the most important trivial ones.


Science has discovered another species.

And we don’t even know what color it is…

It sounds inconsequential.

And, thus, the most significant thing we could ever know…

Important work…

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A very important question asked in the midst of the greatest replication crisis of modern science: Who will do replication work? (1)

Look at those scientists.

Doing important work.

Analyzing data. Publishing papers. They are not like the people outside. They do not care about love, flowers or romance. They have work to do. They need to make important work. And yet. Those scientists grew by a mother who loved them. They were born out of the romance between two simple people. People doing simple work. People caring for their children.

Look at those scientists.

They do important work.

How silly they look…

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