In a December, 2012 interview, GQ magazine asked Sen. Marco Rubio how old the Earth is.
Rubio refused to answer, because, he said, "I'm not a scientist, man."
I can tell you what recorded history says, I can tell you what the Bible says, but I think that's a dispute amongst theologians and I think it has nothing to do with the gross domestic product or economic growth of the United States. I think the age of the universe has zero to do with how our economy is going to grow. I'm
This is an odd perspective, but we're looking directly over the edge of the sea wall in downtown Depoe Bay. You can see a bit of the wall along the upper right edge of the photo. This is a fairly wide-angle shot, so in the bottom right, we're looking almost straight down; up and to the left, we're looking progressively closer to horizontal. But what are we looking at? These are pillows of Columbia River Basalt, from flows that made it all the way across the state, to the edge of the Pacific
Acclaimed National Geographic photographer Michael Melford works with LightHawk to make aerial photographs that support conservation. He shares some of his secrets to making the most of his opportunities to fly with LightHawk.
(click to see part 1) It is indeed most vexing when an uninvited guest appears on one’s doorstep unexpectedly. So why is turning up at a conference without registering considered to be acceptable? When invited to dinner, one is expected to RSVP so that the host knows to expect one, and it is common courtesy […]
# 9036 The numbers coming out of West Africa’s Ebola outbreak are bad, and getting worse – with 7178 cases reported and 3338 deaths – as of September 28th. A jump of nearly 1,000 cases since the last report. More sobering, the best guesses are that the actual number of cases could be between 2 and 3 times higher. Here are excerpts from the World Health Organization’s latest Ebola Roadmap SitRep. WHO: Ebola