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Tag Archives: science
Have you seen the sinkhole in Guatemala? Can you even imagine? One minute you’re eating breakfast, the next you’re 100 feet underground. Luckily, the three story building was a factory that had closed for the evening. Crazy! The geologists don’t … Continue reading
There are some pretty incredible pictures in this article on the National Geographic website of the Eyjafjallajökull volcano in Iceland. I can’t imagine being near all that smoke and ash. People in towns nearby had to be evacuated due to … Continue reading
Next Thursday is Earth Day, so why not get a head start? Throughout the week I’ll give you some no fail tips that will save the planet (just a bit). Tip 1: Turn off the lights in rooms you’re not … Continue reading
I was answering a reference question for someone on migratory habits of penguins and I found this AMAZING video! Man, that BBC finds some amazing things, don’t they?
A friend of mine sent me this article and I thought it was amazing that while we are going about our daily lives scientists are doing this! This is wild! Scientists have been working for years on this Large Hadron … Continue reading
Resolution 3: Read a book that I would never normally consider. I’m a fantasy, melancholy, comic book/manga kinda girl. I normally wouldn’t consider picking up a non-fiction just cause. I hardly even wanted to pick them up for school, let … Continue reading