Wes Phillips

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Wes Phillips  |  Jan 09, 2007  |  0 comments
Conductor Kenneth Woods guides us through Mahler's Kindertotenleider. Articles like this 'un are why the web was invented.
Wes Phillips  |  Jun 05, 2007  |  0 comments
For starters, it could adopt House's dictum: Everybody lies.
Wes Phillips  |  Mar 17, 2006  |  0 comments
Is the schnozz really the most amazing organ?
Wes Phillips  |  Oct 09, 2007  |  0 comments
Is a single gene—the so-called FOXKP2—the reason why only humans have language?
Wes Phillips  |  Feb 10, 2006  |  2 comments
J10 Scull passes along this hard hitting Radar investigation that involves two potheads, two small children, and a primate researcher.
Wes Phillips  |  Feb 12, 2008  |  0 comments
May Pang spills the beans about her relationship with John Lennon.
Wes Phillips  |  May 11, 2007  |  0 comments
Huckleberry would really like to know.
Wes Phillips  |  Jun 16, 2006  |  0 comments
Kandinsky said it's "the deepest blue of all the instruments." More on synaesthesia.
Wes Phillips  |  Aug 01, 2006  |  0 comments
Metaphors help us understand the universe, but what if they're really helping us get it wrong?
Wes Phillips  |  Nov 16, 2005  |  0 comments
Why smoked salmon flavor, of course.
Wes Phillips  |  Aug 21, 2007  |  0 comments
Journalist Malcolm McPherson has become satiric novelist Malcolm McPherson. How come? Because the best stories in his reporter's notebook stayed in his reporter's notebook.
Wes Phillips  |  May 03, 2006  |  0 comments
Unless it's produced according to the Reinheitsgebot of 1516, your beer may contain betaglucanase, ammonia caramel, rhoiso-alpha acids, sulphur dioxide, protease, amyloglucosidase, or propylene glycol alginate. Yum!
Wes Phillips  |  Apr 03, 2006  |  1 comments
Well, for one thing, "Music gives biologists fits." What an image.
Wes Phillips  |  Aug 30, 2007  |  0 comments
New fossils discovered in Ethiopia "conclusively demonstrates that the Last Common Ancestor (of both man and ape) was strictly an African phenomenon," according to an article published in Nature.

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