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March 28, 1819: Birth of Joseph W. Bazalgette

March 28, 1819: Birth of Joseph W. Bazalgette. “Sir Joseph William Bazalgette, CB (28 March 1819 – 15 March 1891) was an English civil engineer of the 19th century. 210 more words


Upstream or Downstream?

When I first looked at a map of Alice Springs, the ephemeral Todd River was marked as a deceptive blue snake, winding it’s way through the centre of town. 1,024 more words

Regular, reasonable homework helps kids maximize gains

Assigning regular homework helps children score better in math and science, but too much of it could actually hurt scores, a new study has found… 190 more words


12 Ways to Survive Without Healthcare

Many Americans still don’t have access to healthcare,  chiefly because of Obama.  This has forced the majority of Americans to come up with their own solutions to common health-related issues.  267 more words

Factual Friday

March 27, 1807: Birth of James P. Kirkwood

March 27, 1807: Birth of James P. Kirkwood who authored the classic book Report on the Filtration of River Waters, which was the first book in any language to focus on the filtration of municipal water supplies. 216 more words