- Welcome to my blog. My name is William Saleu (aka. Wilz Kongo) and I am from Papua New Guinea. I am currently doing research at the Marine Conservation Molecular Facility of the Duke University Marine Lab alongside Kevin Zelino who blogs at Deep Sea News and Andrew Thaler, main author of Southern Fried Science.
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Monthly Archives: June 2010
The attention of the entire sporting world is on the 2010 Soccer World Cup in South Africa. Like so many others, I too have been glued to the screen watching every game and making my own predictions on who I … Continue reading
TED Blog: Aerial photos of the oil slick.
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Just How Bad Is Porn, Anyway?.
By close of business today (Friday 04th June 2010), an estimated 22 million gallons of oil would have spilled into the Gulf. This is equivalent to a massive 500 000 barrels of oil so far spilled into the Gulf. To date nothing has … Continue reading
The Tell-Tale Underwear: Genetics Co. Finds Out Who’s Been Cheating.
The Papua New Guinea (PNG) government recently signed a US$16 billion deal to process its natural gas resource in PNG and then export to markets overseas. By far the largest business venture ever undertaken by the government since its independence … Continue reading