@NYTimes obits: 364 males, 176 females

Today, November 13, there was 4 male and 0 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. Catching up, yesterday, November 12, there was 3 male and 2 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. November 11, there was 2 male and 0 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. November 10, there was 2 male and 0 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. November 9, there was 3 male and 3 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. Since I started tracking it here, that is 364 males featured and 176 females featured. #IfYouSeeSomethingSaySomething

(I started tracking the obits here on May 14 02017, but I’ve missed days when on travel. On travel, some of my stats are from the DC and Seattle versions of the NYT – I don’t know if the obits published vary by region.)

@NYTimes obits: 350 males, 171 females

Today, November 8, there was 3 male and 1 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. Catching up, yesterday, November 7, there was 1 male and 2 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. November 6, there was 3 male and 2 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. November 5, there was 3 male and 3 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. Since I started tracking it here, that is 350 males featured and 171 females featured. #IfYouSeeSomethingSaySomething

(I started tracking the obits here on May 14 02017, but I’ve missed days when on travel. On travel, some of my stats are from the DC and Seattle versions of the NYT – I don’t know if the obits published vary by region.)

@sciencemag 02018/10/26 highlights

Cover image expansionThis week Science provides a good broad “keep up on the scientific world” for me.  I enjoyed the update on the competition for exascale computer, a look at the “you are ruining my future” lawsuit on insufficient US climate leadership, a quick perspective on the re-wilding concept and effort, and finally a good research article on synchroton radiation – theory and measurement.

@NYTimes obits: 340 males, 163 females

Today, November 4, there was 2 male and 0 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. Catching up, yesterday, November 3, there was 2 male and 0 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. November 2, there was 5 male and 0 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. November 1, there was 2 male and 2 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. Since I started tracking it here, that is 340 males featured and 163 females featured. #IfYouSeeSomethingSaySomething

(I started tracking the obits here on May 14 02017, but I’ve missed days when on travel. On travel, some of my stats are from the DC and Seattle versions of the NYT – I don’t know if the obits published vary by region.)

@sciencemag 02018/10/19 highlights

A few planetary mission updates: Planet hunter nears its end – good run Kepler! and NASA’s asteroid explorer Dawn soon to go dark – exploring Vesta and Ceres.  And then a few good articles – an update on Quantum Computing in Quantum advantage with shallow circuits; a good seismic/geophysics look at the inner core in Shear properties of Earth’s inner core constrained by a detection of J waves in global correlation wavefield; and a good material/superconductor physics piece in Evidence for Majorana bound states in an iron-based superconductor.

@NYTimes obits: 329 males, 161 females

Today, October 31, there was 4 male and 0 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. Catching up, yesterday, October 30, there was 1 male and 1 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. Since I started tracking it here, that is 329 males featured and 161 females featured. #IfYouSeeSomethingSaySomething

(I started tracking the obits here on May 14 02017, but I’ve missed days when on travel. On travel, some of my stats are from the DC and Seattle versions of the NYT – I don’t know if the obits published vary by region.)

@sciencemag 02018/10/05 highlights

Cover image expansionA fantastic issues for astronomy and planetary science – with a great feature on Saturn research highlights including: the magnetic field, radiation belts, dust in the system (two!), SKR, and a study on the atmosphere – all based on Cassini’s final orbits.

If that isn’t enough, there is also an update on BepiColombo’s trips to Mercury and also a fantastic article on “sky rivers” or streams of stars falling into our galaxy and the implications of what that means based on the recent data released from the Gaia satellite.

And there is also a good write up on new research about GLOFs or glacial lake outburst floods (as drivers of erosion in the Himalaya).

Finally, a good study on the flu (go get your shot!) on how “Urbanization and humidity shape the intensity of influenza epidemics in U.S. cities.”

@NYTimes obits: 324 males, 160 females

Today, October 29, there was 1 male and 3 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. Catching up, yesterday, October 28, there was 2 male and 0 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. October 27, there was 0 male and 3 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. Since I started tracking it here, that is 324 males featured and 160 females featured. #IfYouSeeSomethingSaySomething

(I started tracking the obits here on May 14 02017, but I’ve missed days when on travel. On travel, some of my stats are from the DC and Seattle versions of the NYT – I don’t know if the obits published vary by region.)

@NYTimes obits: 321 males, 154 females

Today, October 26, there was 4 male and 0 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. Catching up, yesterday, October 25, there was 2 male and 3 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. October 24, there was 3 male and 1 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. Since I started tracking it here, that is 321 males featured and 154 females featured. #IfYouSeeSomethingSaySomething

(I started tracking the obits here on May 14 02017, but I’ve missed days when on travel. On travel, some of my stats are from the DC and Seattle versions of the NYT – I don’t know if the obits published vary by region.)

@NYTimes obits: 312 males, 150 females

Today, October 23, there was 5 male and 0 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. Catching up, yesterday, October 20, there was 2 male and 3 female featured obituaries in the New York Times. Since I started tracking it here, that is 312 males featured and 150 females featured. #IfYouSeeSomethingSaySomething

(I started tracking the obits here on May 14 02017, but I’ve missed days when on travel. On travel, some of my stats are from the DC and Seattle versions of the NYT – I don’t know if the obits published vary by region.)