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Pelabuhan Ratu, a sweeping beach on the south coast of Java pounded continuously by the breakers of the Indian Ocean. A popular destination, but one that I have not visited – today’s feature comes courtesy of, and with thanks
Oggi, è la festa della mamma.
Tutti abbiamo una madre, anche se non tutti abbiamo avuto la fortuna di vivere accanto a lei, e forse l'abbiamo perduta prematuramente. In quanto mammiferi, abbiamo la mamma nel nome stesso (sebbene, l'etimologia di [...]
A report from the Iceland Volcano and Earthquake Blog by Jon Frimann seems to suggest that Katla volcano in Iceland has been experiencing some ice melt and creating some jökulhlaups (glacier outburst floods). Jon suggests that a geologist who [...]
The earthquake swarm that started in Herðubreið two days ago continues. So far over 100 earthquakes have been recorded. Most of them are less then ML2.0 in magnitude. But this earthquake swarm continues at slow rate. This is not a … Continue [...]
Well, I had planned to work on my Bancroft posts this week, but in all the packing hoopla I realized that I left my field notes in Buffalo, which doesn't help me much while I'm here in Los Alamos. So you're just going to have to settle for some [...]
Investigación GeoPaleoBiológica en Somosaguas [2012-05-14 00:37:00]
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Domingo por la
mañana, universidad de Somosaguas cerrada, varias vueltas hasta que
identificamos la valla que nos han dejado entreabierta los chicos de seguridad.
Como el campus esta cerrado tampoco tenemos enchufes, ni cafetería, ni baño, ni
Quizás el argumento más sobado por los jerarcas eclesiales y sus voceros sobre la bondad de la religión, al margen de su Revelación por la divinidad, es la necesidad del ser humano de atenerse a unas normas morales que impidan el caos y la [...]
Since we didn't need the second dog house any longer I hve moved and converted it into a chicken coop. This pic is shwoing it in a nearly complete form. We are starting out w 4 bird then add on as we get the hang of it. Should be fun. What [...]
Those keeping up with the scientific literature will know that a new dromaeosaur was described just the other day. One of the authors, Jim Kirkland, has been kind enough to pen a few lines about the discovery and has included some nice photos of the [...]
Another beautiful hot weekend at the cottage! And for all of you who are upset about Global Gorming, and the fact that the Sahara was once a green paradise, and that all these Canadians are whooping it up, I have but one word for you - Blackflies!