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Wednesday, 08 August 2018
Summer is coming to a close and as we busily prepare for the start of the school year and the launch of our Beyond Bones podcast (be sure to look out for that next month) it seems like a good time to have a little fun. So here’s a list of the most cringe-worthy moments
Once again we court disaster. I've never seen it go below. It usually drifts up again, on its own schedule. I generally think that when it goes below the nose we freeze up North. Probably a worse thing than Saudi Arabia dumping all its assets at a loss.
In a few weeks, it will probably turn
A monster house near us (The Last Monster House). They didn't ask the neighbours about their continuously running well point. They just tried to bully their way in.
That water level is up to the [...]
I due eventi sismici importanti (specialmente il secondo) che hanno colpito l'isola di Lombok, in Indonesia, sono un ottimo pretesto per parlare di un tipo di strutture meno note rispetto ad altre che [...]
Am Kilauea auf Hawaii ist es derzeit relativ ruhig. Die Seismik ist niedrig und es werden nur geringe Mengen Lava aus Spalte 8 gefördert. Gestern trat noch an einigen stellen des Ocean Entrys Lava aus. Die [...]
Este mamut mecanizado forma parte de una serie de veintiséis ilustraciones de animales del mismo estilo que el ilustrador norteamericano Julian Damy ha realizado bajo su alter ego Alphapod para representar [...]
Note: The following blog post is by Ben Sershen (’19), who worked with Dr. Crawford on a summer research project. Intro: My summer research work aimed to further my Junior I.S. in the fields of oceanography [...]
Old Dougie won't limit business to just the LCBO. He hates that monopoly crap. Soon everybody will be selling their cottage wares.
This is the official t-shirt of my Magic Sea Oil (tm). It's [...]
Nach 5-jähriger Pause finden am 1. und 2. September die vierten Internationalen Mineralientage Dresden
You’re standing at the South Pole marker at Amundsen-Scott Station, and someone asks “which direction is the South Pole Telescope from here?” “Go north!”, is a correct answer to the wrong [...]