Although auto makers have spent decades and billions of dollars to develop hydrogen fuel cell cars, only a few hundred of them are on the nation's roads. With new refueling stations in development and new models recently unveiled, are these zero-emission vehicles finally ready to roll?
Judy Mikovits, the chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) researcher who had a paper linking the condition to XMRV retracted, has co-authored a book that’s coming out on May 6. In an announcement on Age of Autism, co-author Kent Heckenlively gives a taste of what readers might find in the book, titled PLAGUE – One Scientist’s Intrepid […]
Prickly Love: Echidnas Caught Mating
Never-before-published footage shows the mating rituals of echidnas—spiny mammals native to Australia that lay eggs. Echidna researcher and National Geographic grantee Stewart Nicol describes the video, which show three males actively pursuing a female on a farm in Victoria, Australia.
Explore more of the echidna’s secrets:http://newswatch.nationalgeographic.com/2014/02/08/echidnas-australia-tasmania-science-animals-weird-stewart-nicol/
Where I was born in Upstate New York, cemeteries are a ubiquitous site. They are found in every town, at the edges of every city, and along many country roads. They vary from large cemeteries filled with family plots, extravagant mausolea, surrounded with stone walls, to smaller and more simple single family plots whose boundaries … Continue reading →