Oh, good grief! I awoke this morning to find my Zune in a less than pleasing way. I was concerned that the number of times I’ve dropped the device had finally caught up with me and I was paying the ultimate price. However, I decided to check out what was being said online about this… Continue reading Zune 30 Pandemic
I got a Christmas card from the nice folks at the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) – the Climate Witness division. You may recall the article I wrote for them concerning the pitiful state of Lake Lanier (speaking of which, the scientific review of my story is now available). The card reminded me of… Continue reading A Comment on the Weather
In case you’ve missed the news, the astronomical community is currently reworking our solar system after some new information and a bit of a debate. While God may or may not have created our universe in 7 days, it has taken 2¼ centuries thus far to flesh out the solar system. Now we’re haggling about… Continue reading The Lineup so Far (Solar System 2.0 Beta)
Rain, rain, go away. Come again as frozen precipitation.
A nice-sized lake was found on Mars nestled within a 22-mile impact crater. It’s potentially substantial evidence that the sub-surface water on Mars is emitted following a meteor impact. The water is thought to be released and then frozen or evaporated within a short amount of time. This patch exists year-round, despite the fact that… Continue reading Martian Lake Discoverd: Record Pike Bagged
I have an ice tray that consistently ejects ice from at least one cube with every freeze. I’m perplexed by this phenomenon! It must happen just as the surface of the ice freezes. I’ve opened the freezer early in the process to see partially frozen cubes. The offender can be found, prominently displaying its shard.… Continue reading Ice Cube Escapee