Tuesday, June 21, 2005

Mela of Melas

Harini is hosting this week's Bharateeya Blog Mela. Next week's mela will be hosted by Shanti. Send your nominations there!

Suresh Venkatasubramanian of Geomblog hosts the latest -- 30th -- edition of Tangled Bank, a mela of science related posts. Interestingly, Suresh has decided to include a few more posts on physical and mathematical sciences than usual. And, guess what? Dilip D'Souza's recent post on Goedel's theorom has made it to the list. Among the usual fare that one normally expects in Tangled Bank, this one makes its case (about how insidious this intelligent design business can be) quite persuasively. The World of BotanicalGirl has advice on how to survive graduate school. Well, for the other goodies, go over there, and get them yourself.

Finally, in the mela called the Carnival of the Capitalists, Neelakantan's post on "whether the world will end up speaking a single language" has been featured.


  1. Anonymous said...

    Thanks for pointing out Tangled Bank! I didn't know about it, but had a fantastic time reading some of the blogs, and will be a regular visitor.