Aunt Pythia missed you very much last week and is ever so grateful to return today. And although she usually takes on four questions from readers, today she feels like switching it up and taking on three but making them extra delicious. She hopes you agree that this was the correct choice. Plus she’s running […]
Credit: ESA, NASA This new Hubble image shows spiral galaxy ESO 137-001, framed against a bright background as it moves through the heart of galaxy cluster Abell 3627. This image not only captures the galaxy and its backdrop in stunning detail, but also something more dramatic — intense blue streaks streaming outwards from the galaxy, […]
It’s been so cold, the geodog has been a bit shortchanged on long walks this winter. But we might finally be seeing a break in the weather and we took advantage of it for an end-of-day stroll along the Cuyahoga … Continue reading →
"The owl is truly a messenger, and in an irruption, the messenger comes to us", says wildlife photographer Paul Bannick.The first time most people hear the word, "irruption", they tend to conflate it with a similar-sounding word and visions of volcanoes and hot lava erupt into their minds. But the word "irruption" describes a different sort of explosive event: it applies to a sudden, sharp and unpredictable increase in the relative numbers of a population. Irruptions can be triggered by the
Differing effects in different countries means that a warmer, more populated, world could meet demand for wheat used to make flour and other food – but with important implications for greenhouse gas emissions and fairness.