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In keeping with my new theme of 'pleasant dinner conversation' I present this most significant science article. 99% of these articles are druck, like battery improvements that never come. But this is physics, and is real simple. [...]
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Images of a Silurian Period chain coral. The fossil was found in Jefferson County Kentucky USA. Fossil was found in the Louisville Limestone
'Ice power; freezing water in a syringe to measure the expansion'
This activity may be used in either science or geography lessons on weathering. It can also be used in discussions of molecular theory and changes of state. For the most accurate [...]
I've always intended to limit myself to one marathon a year, as I reckon that's quite enough time and effort to be devoted to serious running. But a couple of years ago I did the 3 peaks race when it was scheduled 4 weeks after Manchester marathon [...]
Javier Hernández Valentín es un reputado artista de Madrid especializado en maquillaje y efectos especiales. Ha participado en películas como "Torrente 4" (Santiago Segura, 2011) o "Las brujas de Zugarramurdi" (Álex de la Iglesia, 2013), con [...]
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The spacecraft Chang’E-4 landed on the far side of the Moon in January; something of a triumph for the Peoples’ Republic of China as it was a first. It was more than a power gesture at a time of strained … Continue reading →
It's a nice long article that you should read. Don't forget that anybody in this has something to push. The point is that 2 deep disposals are needed, and does it make sense to build two? This is where I lost it, because the [...]
All our weather comes from the ocean plumes. Otherwise, we have stagnant-air default weather, like deserts. Very hot or very cold.
I haven't mentioned these plumes for a long time because I can't get a thing out of them. They are [...]
NO RARE EARTHS FOR YOU!
Did you know that every fun thing that the warmies had us spend our food money on, involved rare earths? Big electric motors for windmills and tessies, lithium batteries, solar cells. It's much worse [...]