Noosa Biosphere: Sustainable Luxury

Here’s an article I wrote for The Karmic Press! It is wonderful working with Cheyenne Burroughs, and I look forward to my next venture with TKP. 870 more words


“An Isotope is not just a baseball player”

Nuclear medicine is a branch of medical imaging that uses small amounts of radioactive isotopes to diagnose and determine the severity of or treat a variety of diseases, including many types of cancers, heart disease, gastrointestinal, endocrine, neurological disorders and other abnormalities within the body. 565 more words


Weekend Wandering 8 – App Review: Earth Primer

I’m not usually in the habit of reviewing apps, but when Earth Primer came along, I was excited enough by its prospects to give it a try. 1,568 more words


“Earth is the third radioactive rock from the Sun”

What is this ‘stuff’ called thorium that I reference in most of my articles? Well it is time to discuss what it is and why I reference it as an energy source for the future of nuclear power technology. 582 more words


From U Washington: "Ancient rocks show life could have flourished on Earth 3.2 billion years ago"

University of Washington

February 16, 2015
Hannah Hickey

The oldest samples are sedimentary rocks that formed 3.2 billion years ago in
northwestern Australia. They contain chemical evidence for nitrogen fixation by microbes.
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Applied Research & Technology

Why Poor Places are More Diverse - MinuteEarth (again!)

Gotta love these MinuteEarth guys and their witty, thoughtful animations. Why Poor Places are More Diverse, from just last month, is, particularly deep…

I wasn’t sure what to expect when I clicked play, thinking this was about rich-poor in human terms. 86 more words


Goodbye to 'la suave vida' in Lanzarote


I have been away for a while now, exactly from Feb 6th the day I flew to Lanzarote with my family.


Easy, I forgot my mobile’s charger at home. 329 more words