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Science Discovery Sundays: Shipwrecks, Space Probes and Why We Hate Greenpeace

by Melanie, Editor-in-Chief

Here’s your science round-up for this week’s water cooler chit-chat (LOL. Like you don’t waste time ALL day already): 1,157 more words


Pluto - We Are Coming

Way back in 1999 I read a book Pluto and Charon - Ice Worlds on the Ragged Edge of the Solar System by Alan Stern & Jacqueline Mitton. 388 more words

Neat News And Thoughts

2014: a year of (awesome) space missions

2014 will be a year to remember for space missions. No matter what achievements are awaiting us in the future (hopefully plenty), the last 12 months have seen something that will remain in history. 348 more words


Noah's Ark Centre - December 2014 Newsletter

At any time of the year, but especially at Christmas and in the cold winter months, there are a lot of vulnerable people who need to know they are not forgotten and have a worth. 45 more words

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25 Days of Joy Challenge: Day 10

It feels like really wonderful things are happening all around me.

Today, my little sister accepted a new position. She has been a stay at home mom with two little boys. 262 more words


Pluto! We Are Coming! a poem by Kate Rauner

Pluto, god of underworld,
God in darkness, god in cold,
Fit to reign, but not below,
Not given domain over souls.
You mark an area of space, 129 more words


Winter Woes

Perhaps it is in frustration of having black winter right now, I’m giving this site a whitewash. As per recent excessive snowy forecasts elsewhere I’m hit severely by the constant darkness and would be glad to ease and share someone else’s blizzards. 355 more words

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