Jason, a good friend, and I dancing the can-can at TAM 5. Note that Jason is wearing his TAM 5 T-shirt.
Part II in the installment of my adventures at TAM 5 will likely come later today. I have been insanely busy with work since I arrived back in Boston. I’ve been plotting isotope data for a paper, crushing rock samples, cleaning metal seives, and– most importantly– figuring out how to locate, buy, and ship scientific supplies to Freemantle, Australia. As many of you know, I will be going on a 50+ day long research cruise this summer in the Indian Ocean. I am flying to Thailand in June to meet the ship, but I need to arrange for all sorts of supplies such as microscopes, rock saws, large metal baskets for rock storage, et cetera to be sent to the ship while it is in port in Australia in March. Apparently, it is not a good idea to send expensive scientific equipment to Thailand as it sometimes goes missing.
Anyway, I’ve been busy… but just to let the skepchick readers know that I haven’t forgotten them, here’s a quick YouTube video of interest.
There are a few things I would like to point out concerning this video:
1. The internet is scary, and digital cameras have become powerful weapons of blackmail.
2. I deny being in this video.
3. On the off-chance that I am in this video, my dancing skills (or lack thereof) will be criticized by no one commenting on this blog or I will be forced to use my divine editing powers.
4. TAM 5 is a lot of fun, especially when drunk, crazy skeptics with limited rhythm start dancing in a Las Vegas bar.