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Ballston Lake water tested

BALLSTON – Since 1991, every other week from June through October, Peter Herman goes out on his boat to test the water of Ballston Lake. 530 more words

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This balloon car experiment will amaze you

One dad took to his car to teach his children Newton’s first law of motion: an object at rest stays at rest.

Using a pendulum in his car, you can see the objects movement as the car accelerates and decelerates. 47 more words

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Christiane Ritter - A Woman In The Polar Night

Now we are alone for a year

I discovered after finishing this book that the author was a visual artist. At which point the particular sensitivity and refinement of her descriptions of the far Arctic landscape, particularly detailed gradations of colour in sky, snow, ice and water made even more sense.

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Sharks "had legs and a prehensile trunk", new fossil reveals

A new fossil found in the Ozark mountains of Arkansas has debunked the myth that sharks have remained unchanged since before the time of the dinosaurs. 217 more words

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Shapeshifting Octopus, amazing camouflage

Shapeshifting Octopus, amazing camouflage

Shapeshifting Octopus, amazing camouflage

Amazing video of an octopus even got my children’s attention.

Simply Awesome Video!

Only 1 minute long…Watch and be Amazed!

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Shapeshifting Octopus, amazing camouflage

Shapeshifting Octopus, amazing camouflage

Amazing video of an octopus even got my children’s attention.

Simply Awesome Video!

Only 1 minute long…Watch and be Amazed!

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Failure To Listen

Anti-bacterial soaps: why they do far more harm than good

There is an entire aisle in the supermarket devoted to cleaning products, many of which contain antibacterial chemicals. The most common, Triclosan, is found in about 75% of antibacterial soaps. 1,067 more words

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