The time has come to reveal the new address of “Why? Because Science” to you all! First, however, a brief explanation:
Writing this blog has been somewhat of a dream of mine, but one that has never been fully realised until now. This is because my affiliation with a new media website – Fusion Viral Video – has permitted me to make this science blog the focal point of all my creative endeavors. With the transition of my blog to the science pages of Fusion Viral Video, I can now make “Why? Because Science” my passion and my JOB and what that means for me is something I felt was beyond my reach for so long: it’s a dream job realised.
So, I beg all of you not to mourn the phasing out of a website you have become so familiar with, but rather to celebrate the fact that this floozy (that would be me) will be celebrating with a LOT of champagne this weekend. And also that I will be posting so much more regularly and with renewed vigor on Why? Because Science – Fusion Media, which you can view by clicking on the link provided!
I also implore every one of you to follow my activity on this new site; to like our Facebook Page and even to subscribe to the hilarity via email. You’ll find everything you’ve come to know and love about “Why? Because Science” on the Fusion Viral Video website, as well as other funny, interesting, awe-inspiring and HOLY CRAP videos and pictures, courtesy of Fusion Media’s team of writers.
The science, however, will be brought to you by me. Thea.
What Happens Now?
DON’T PANIC! The transition has begun and you can start reading more “Why? Because Science” on Fusion Viral Video and tune in every day as more and more posts make the move or get added:
Daily Dose of Funny Science. Yep, it’s the new “Sciencey LOL of the week!”
Aurora Northern Lights: The Most Amazing Thing You’ll Ever See. And it’s not Mila Kunis’ rack!
Battle of the Epic Whirlwinds. Does size really count? The weatherman thinks so…
Bird Watching: Making Your Safari Way More Awesome. Because there’s something visceral about bonking in a tent.
Awesome Science Video: Epic Rap Battles of History # 1. Watch the impossible: Albert Einstein and Stephen Hawkins tearing each other a new butthole.
More to follow in the coming weeks as the fruition of this long-standing dream is realised! Maybe if I apply the same work ethic to my other dreams, Dr. Addison Montgomery will show up on my doorstep in a lab coat…