Water is a strange thing. The unique structure of its molecules allow it take on three different forms: a liquid that is easily absorbed into porous substances (i.e. 742 more words
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It took us a little longer to drive to Ottawa than I thought, so I was late for this workshop. My apologies to Nina and to any of my readers who experience confusion as a result. 702 more words
Life is everywhere; beneath layers of dirt, ponds of stagnant water, even on the surface of your skin. Life is ubiquitous. It thrives even in the most unimaginable places; in vacuum, oceans of unspeakable salinity, lands of indescribable aridity, and places of extreme temperature.423 more words
Seaweeds are one of those things we might take for granted. Even many biologists would call this fleshy marine algae “dull” or “uninteresting” (we guess they’d be called seaweed sceptics?). 1,844 more words
A question asked since man first looked up at the stars – and one we want answered in January.
This year, after hosting the prestigious… 403 more words