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It's no secret that I am against the construction of a useless wasteful dam in Del Puerto Canyon. I have had a lot to say about the project in public testimony and in recent blogs, and my opposition is deeply rooted in my appreciation of the canyon [...]
This is the first in a planned six-part series of Six Geological Reasons Why I am Not a Young-Earth Creationist. I am a Christian who holds to the inerrancy and authority of the Bible, and who also has a master’s degree in geology. I have [...]
Yeah, nobody in China seems to be concerned. Does this seem familiar? Soon we'll have super-spreaders flying to Toronto to take part in giant conferences.
Where's Rex when you need him? Can Trudy2 do what Trudy1 did?
ps. since [...]
The end of the Mesozoic era at ca. 66 million years ago (Ma) is marked by one of the most severe biotic crisis in Earth’s history: the Cretaceous-Paleogene (K-Pg) mass extinction. During the event, three-quarters of the plant and animal species on [...]
This is nothing compared to St. John's, but for Toronto, it's a big deal. I think it's 8 inches of snow and still falling. Also, it is very heavy packing snow. If it were light and fluffy it would be twice as deep.
My 20-something kids had a [...]
January 20th is Penguin Awareness Day (one of two annual penguin themed holidays, the other being World Penguin Day on April 25th). To celebrate, why not take a look at a 3D model of one of the world’s most ancient penguin skulls? Sequiwaimanu [...]
I put in my comment, and I'm sure to get the usual death threats.
I love this article. If you look at the recent global temperatures from satellites, you will see that the carbon tax is working almost instantaneously. Just like carbon [...]
La escena de Marty McFly, personaje principal de la trilogía "Regreso al futuro" montando el monopatín volador, ha quedado en nuestro cerebro como una de las imágenes icónicas del cine de los 80. En esta camiseta diseñada por Dada124 para [...]
Fossil Whale Bone
Oligocene Fossil Whale vertebrae from Majestic Beach, Olympic Peninsula, Washington State, USA.
These lovely water-worn specimens are difficult to ID to species with certainty but they likely hail from an early baleen whale. [...]
No ano de 2018 os cientistas portugueses foram autores de 22.105 artigos científicos, colocando Portugal no 16º país com mais publicações per capita. Os dados correspondem aos artigos científicos indexados pela Scopus segundo os dados [...]