Day #25 (3/11/2014) Back to Australia
We had such a lovely week at HQs last week celebrating aardvarks and announcing our spring photo contest, but we were ready to hit the road. 184 more words
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. 393 more words
VIDEO: Dolphin Comes Out Of Nowhere And Asks Diver For Help. I generally dive with EMT shears. This guy looks like he’s got a Leatherman… 6 more words
The student-led protest was a dramatic demonstration of the youth climate movement’s growing resolve—and its sense of solidarity.
A middle-aged white guy named Al Smith walked past me down the hallway of the crowded Thurgood Marshall Center in Washington last Saturday. 268 more words
Human Induced Earthquakes a Product of Greed*
As a powerful 6.9 quake earthquake hits drought-ridden California the U.S. Geological Survey, USGS declares the a 5.7-magnitude earthquake in Oklahoma (November 6, 2011) as the largest human induced earthquake on record from fracking. 210 more words