Can the world ever have too many beautifully composed photographs of wildlife? Only correct answer: never ever. So without further ado, here are the winning images from the Zoological Society of London's second annual Animal Photography Prize.
Costa Rican ants carry a piece of leaf homeward:
An adorable panda munches on bamboo:
A heron takes an island beach break in the Maldives:
A florescent-looking gecko peeks up from a papaya:
The winning photographs will be displayed at the London zoo until the end of the year. More information about the exhibit and competition can be found here.
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I like what they have done to the website.
I suppose it seems the comment sections are going away or becoming anemic.
For all those in the past who were banned, I suppose this is sweet sweet justice
for all those also needed banning too.
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Since PopSci has so cowardly disabled comments on the article discussing the disabling of comments, thereby giving a massive middle finger to all its readers' opinions on the subject, I suppose we can have our conversation here, on the last PopSci article with comments enabled.
Is it possible that comments influence readers? Of course it is. But you know what a responsible solution to that problem would have been? Being active on your own website and responding to the negative comments so that readers can see both sides of the issue without being wholly colored by the negativity.
Of course, I'm not surprised that this high road was ignored; in truth, PopSci probably disabled the comments because they just never cared about them anyway, given that there was an untouched spam post on almost every article for the last year or so that no moderator bothered to remove.
This is wrong. This is limiting. This violates the notion that you support free thought, regardless of your justification. I encourage everyone to cancel their subscriptions, if applicable, and look for other websites or forums to get their news from. There's nothing unique about PopSci, and they deserve nothing now.
So long, Popular Science, and thanks for all the conversations. It's too bad you no longer wish to hear us.
Popsci scrapes its articles from more newsworthy sites like science daily. I suggest you switch to reading them, and sites like gizmodo. What is unspoken is that thought shapes reality. Watch the quantum activist, and you can see why controlling peoples minds is the simplest way to control reality. Popsci never even gave it a thumbs up or even considered it noteworthy, although it won awards on several continents. True science is the study of the way things actually work, but it seems science has degenerated into fitting reality into the narrow paradigm that we have been conditioned to accept.
Hey, does anyone know why there's just a blank space after the stories now?
They've disabled comments. Though for people who still want to have active discussions, maybe they could setup a small forum and have a link to a thread for each article. That way, people can still share ideas, while keeping the main page clean and opinion free.
I for one, was interesting in reading the different views and ideas that some of the commenters offered.
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