This accounts for a great deal of bad policy decisions I think.
Sorry, with the flurry of activity at the end of the semester I did not post this when it happened. As I’ve said before, only 12 men walked on the moon. We all should take note when one of them passes.
Only five remain with us.
I never knew this…
says it all…
The video below is drone footage of Rattlesnake Ridge near Yakima, Washington. That’s a big crack in a lot of loose sediment.
Hmmm, I was not expecting another snow day. We will cancel the quiz on groundwater and caves.
Review Chapters 1,2,3,4,9,8,10,11,5, and 6
Mid-term has changed and will now be only 115 multiple choice questions. I am dropping the essays due to time constraints. Still open note.
Thanks and good luck
Spontaneous Human Combustion, is an interesting topic. And while there are some convincing skeptics, there are quite a few of these cases that cannot be explained, no matter how convoluted the explanation.
We lost another American hero
Bad stuff here. NASA image of the wildfires from space.
As I have said before, not all technology is good.
Wow. It still works, what an amazing machine.
Well this should be amusing…
What an idiot. Perhaps he doesn’t believe in gravity either. I’m betting he backs out.
UPDATE: Looks like he’s getting ready to back out…
I must admit, I am a bit confused by this whole “flat-earth” thing. How can you disbelieve something that is so easy to prove? Science isn’t a belief system. It’s all evidence based. Belief never enters into it. It doesn’t need to because it’s about proof.
It’s a good question. Some of the possible answers are a bit scary though.
Here is the link to the game guys…
This conversation touches on many of the things I believe personally. What do you think?
Okay so one of my fun facts this week was that humans kill a million sharks each year, but sharks only kill about six humans per year. Well, I was wrong. Humans kill 100 MILLION sharks each year.
And speaking of sharks…
Wow this is beautiful. Stormchaser Mike Olbinski chased massive storms across the American southwest to create the latest installment of his Monsoon series.
Could early hominids have been walking around in Germany 9.7 million years ago? I doesn’t seem likely, and it’s a bit much to derive from two teeth.
Here is the slightly “fringe” article (warning: ad clogged website)…
And here is a response from National Geographic…
Ancient Teeth Found in Europe Belonged to Mystery Primate
This is so cool. I wish we could capture it, or at least analyze a sample from it.
Some instructive videos…
This is so cool.
Scientists witness huge cosmic crash, find origins of gold
UPDATE! Veritasium has released a great video outlining the importance of this event.
Weird. Adding asphalt to lithium batteries decreased their charge time to just a few minutes, and they lasted longer.