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Going Airborne

Everyone’s been there. You’re on a packed bus at rush hour and the person next to you begins a valiant attempt to cough up their lung. 706 more words

Sample Wednesday: Airborne

For Airborne Everyday Immune Support Plus Multivitamin in Berry Chewable Tablets

What it is: Two berry flavored chewable immune support supplements that are also a multivitamin. 145 more words

Reviews

Beauty in the Air: Russian Lady Cadets Parachute

I wonder how long Russian women have been allowed to go to jump school?

When I went through jump school (a long time ago), I had fellow female students. 88 more words

Russia

Tha bad boy is coming home Momma

“Old Abe”

I am a romantic. There I said it!

I always believed that the stories from my childhood were true about Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty and how women always were looking for their “Prince Charming.” 303 more words

Being A Southerner

SETI Institute Trains Educators on the Methods of Science

By Seth Shostak, Senior Astronomer and Director of the Center for SETI Research

For many people, science is something they read about in textbooks – abstract, mysterious, and sterile.  272 more words

Astronomy

June 1942 (5)

Continued from Monday’s post ____

At approximately 1030 hours, the Japanese ships were located by the US aircraft and found to have aircraft, munitions and fuel on their decks.   547 more words

History

Ebola goes airborne

When news broke that the Ebola virus had resurfaced in Uganda, investigators in Canada were making headlines of their own with research indicating the deadly virus may spread between species, through the air. 539 more words

Ebola