Guest post by Ilissa Ocko Ever wondered what the “wintry mix”’ you were suffering through was really made of, or argued with a friend about whether you were seeing sleet or hail? Wonder no more! On a recent ski trip to Jackson Hole, Wyoming, my husband and I encountered almost every type of precipitation possible. It had snowed four feet in four days where we snowmobiled in Yellowstone National Park; …
Another great story. Full disclosure: I am Peter Cawdron’s fan, and I credit him for making me reading for pleasure again. He is an independent Sci-Fi author and a pretty good one at that. In his latest novel, Feedback, he somehow (and very well done) combines time travel, UFOs, exobiology and peripherally touches upon genetic …
Debunking the AIDS Denialist Movie House of Numbers - Part 5 - The Padian Paper
Myles discussed the Padian paper and the claims in the movie House of Numbers that no one contracted HIV in the study.
via Myles Power.
The latest in our series of earth fissure maps has been released for the North Sulfur Springs Valley study area in Cochise County in southern Arizona. The map is available for free viewing and download at our online document repository - http://repository.azgs.az.gov/sites/default/files/dlio/files/nid1562/dm-ef-26_fissuremap.pdf, and the fissures are viewable at the online interactive statewide map viewer of all earth fissures -
Antarctic Sea Ice - Expanding Ice on a Warming Planet
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Paul looks at Antarctic Sea Ice before his journey south.
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