Raymond writes science and history
Science World Blog
From 2008 to 2019, I explored I the fringes of my understanding with blog posts about every day subjects I wondered about, including —
The genetics of ear wax
Fake wasps nest don’t work
How band-aids generate light
Why spinach makes your teeth feel funny
Seventh Avenue Literary is representing my nonfiction work.
Science Borealis Blog
Co-written editorials on multimedia science communications for Science Borealis, a portal for Canadian science blogs since 2013
Some recent posts —
Science and Dance
Globe and Mail
Cutting edge Facts and Arguments about carving watermelon.
The Vancouver Sun
Part of a series for Science World, on cherry blossoms, fuel cell cars, and other examples of every day wonders.
Science in the City articles on behalf of Science World, including how toilets, caffeine, and cell phones work (but not all together).
An essay on touring internment camps in British Columbia with my parents and other Japanese Canadian survivors.
Occasional personal essays in Japanese Canadian (Nikkei) culture for this national community newspaper.