Bail! » « Whole genome duplication in the house spider Let us begin our day with some tasteful art Ancient History This mosaic with an octopus is made of limestone and dates from the 2nd-3rd century CE. It is from Villaquejida (León), Spain. (Museo Arqueológico Nacional, Madrid) Share this:PrintEmailShare on TumblrTweet Bail! » « Whole genome duplication in the house spider
All hail the Deep Ones!
In other “tasteful” news, Dr. Myers’ favorite Ark Museum made it onto John Oliver’s program.
Among other stupidity,
1. Stupid tax breaks, for
2. Stupid ideas, for
3. Stupid people, including
4. Chastity pledges that single employees have to sign before working at the Stupid Ark Museum Whatever Bullshit.
(And no magic economic development magically spinning off from the magic Ark.)
It’s too bad that page has no context for the octopus mosaic. It’s just a piece of art on a wall in a museum. Gah. Reminds of framed art-pieces of, say, the profile of Abraham Lincoln, done with Columbia River projectile points.