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You read it here first. Since I keep track of natgas for Oklahoma earthquakes, I noticed last week that they only had 2 weeks of reserves, and I was predicting a lot more winter, due to our little ice age problem. This is now confirmed by the [...]
Am Freitag ereignete sich ein Steinschlag vom Rand des Pitkraters in der Halema‘uma‘u-Caldera. Gesteinsmassen stürzten in den Lavasee und lösten Explosionen aus. Den Beobachtern am Jaggar-Museum bot sich ein faszinierender Anblick, als eine [...]
Alioramus. Image by Fred Wierum (Own work) [CC by 3.0] via Wikimedia Commons.
I was browsing through some blogs about alioramins and I came across CurryMan21’s blog “Carnivore Profiles: Alioramus remotus” and Carnoferox [...]
Auf der japanischen Insel Honshu ereignete sich ein Erdbeben der Magnitude 5,7. Es folgten Nachbeben mit Magnituden zwischen 4,7 und 4,4. Die Hypozentren lagen in Tiefen zwischen 10 km und 8 km. Das besondere des Erdbebens ist seine Lage im [...]
A closer look at cyanotoxins in a North Carolina lake reveals safe levels for users, and a baseline for researchers moving forward.
The post Close Study of Lake Toxins With New Techniques Reveals Good News appeared first on Lake Scientist.
Lecture – Jousting – The Sport of Kings Jousting tournaments were held as grand sporting and social events in medieval times. These events sealed the mystique of the knight into modern times. In full knight armor, historian and historical [...]
It snowed in Wooster today. It also snowed in Pennsylvania, Michigan, Iowa, Maryland, and several other states. Across the Northeast and Midwest, baseball broadcasters, news anchors, my coworkers, and even random people on the street are remarking [...]
Concavenator Corcovatus was a carcharodontosaurid dinosaur which had a hump on it’s back and lived in an archipelago in what is now Spain. This theropod most likely preyed on ornithopods such as Pelicamimus and beached fish.
Lived approx. [...]
Torvosaurus tanneri in a forest. Image by Holden Williams (me) (Own Work).
The megalosauroid Torvosaurus tanneri seems like a textbook example of a large theropod going after sauropodomorphs, with the giant size and whatnot. Despite the fearsome [...]
If you have a file larger than 4 gbyte, then you need to go to ext4, a linux filesystem. This is not as easy as it might appear, since ext4 carries the full linux permissions thing. You never had to worry about that with fat32.
I wanted to [...]