The ’70s were all about disco, big hair, gold chains and flares… you can smell the hairspray just thinking about it. But while the hairstyles were getting bigger and badder, scientists were busy making a discovery that would put them on a collision course with this emerging fashion. The atmosphere’s ozone layer was being depleted […]
One of the questions on everyone's lips at the moment is "How does a large passenger jet simply disappear from radar without trace?" It is clearly very distressing for anyone with friends or relatives on board - not knowing what has happened. As I write this, there still seems to be a complete lack of clear evidence pointing one way or another. I'm not an aviation expert so I really can't add anything of value here. But I can turn the question around to one of more physics relevance,
What do people living in Boston, Pittsburgh and Los Angeles have in common? From coast to coast, prairie to desert, people love their lawns.
If only there was a study that dug deeper, like examining differences in fertilization and irrigation practices.
Don't scoff, the authors of a paper in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences assure us that with 80 percent of Americans living in urban or suburban neighborhoods, understanding urban lawn care is vital to