15 July 2011
Those who follow the excellent New York Times science blog Dot Earth probably know that its author, Andrew Revkin, suffered a mild stroke two weeks ago. Apparently while out for a run with his son, one of Andrew’s eyes started feeding his brain cartoon-like images. The next day, he was back blogging – about strokes, and quite interestingly, at that.
We need his carotid arteries to stay clear for another fifty years, or so. Science journalism can’t afford to lose him.
Tip: Alan at State Factors.