The latest episode of our online video magazine, Arizona Mining Review, is now available on our YouTube channel. This episode was hosted by AZGS Economic Geology Section Chief, Nyal Niemuth, who interviewed some of the legislative land industry leaders who attended Mining Day at the Capitol.
Osteoarchaeology: Human stories from the bones
Becky Gowland is a senior lecturer in Bioarchaeology at the University of Durham. She currently teaches human skeletal analysis at both Undergraduate and Masters level.
Dr. Gowland also co-organises and teaches a short course in Forensic Anthropology and Archaeology.
Becky’s research interests include the archaeology of childhood and the relationship between the body and identity.
By: Archaeosoup Productions.
Reflecting in the bath - Little Shop of Physics
An internally frosted, large light bulb is dipped into a fish tank of water, and the total internal reflection effect produces ‘other-worldly’ consequences to how the bulb looks in the water. The bulb goes from white to a silvery orb. Turning the bulb on, produces a similar, but more alluring effect.
1 Large, internally frosted light bulb
1 Light bulb socket, with cable and plug
1 Fish tank filled with water
A friend of the Elf has ankylosis spondylitis, a chronic inflammatory rheumatic disease that affects mainly the skeleton, causing inflammation of the spine, but can also affect the peripheral joints, eyes, bowel and skin. They have also been suffering with their mouth health. The Elf’s friend wondered if there is any connection between the two. On [read the full story...]
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NASA’s Crazy Space Exploration Ideas
A few of you asked us to talk about NASA’s plan to send a submarine to Saturn’s moon Titan. We decided to take a closer look at some of the craziest space exploration ideas!
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