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I want Canada to put some money into this. Everybody knows that the electric car is not for a cold country, and it doesn't scale because of the rare earths. Hybrids will be good for a while.
But the piston engine needs to die. That's why I'm [...]
The earliest fossils are bacterial mats at a couple of billion years ago. But this article goes into single bacteria life as far back as 3.5 billion years. So life appeared quite quickly after the water finally condensed. As they [...]
You must start your tomatoes from seed soon. As well, you must start your cannabis for the summer.
This is a way for me to make money if you order this light. I replaced all my old lights because they had shifted and nothing was growing. [...]
All the pictures in this post are from the Tuolumne River Parkway Trail in Waterford.
All in all, it's been a good year (so far). One can judge the quality of a year on the basis of many things, and in this instance I'm talking about water. So [...]
Oh, I couldn't make this up.
Tons of very fat and healthy bears stormed the open garbage dump for a feast. While they were there, they had a look around.
This place is on an island, the Arctic ice almost never surrounds [...]
The 6th Int’l Colloquium on Historical earthquakes & Paleoseismology studies took place in October 2018 in Han-sur-Lesse, Belgium. Our colleagues Koen Van Noten, Thierry Camelbeeck, and Thomas Lecocq have put together a nice summary of this [...]
The Atmospheric River Storm (ars without the 'e') report.
The Big Fat ARS that has been warming North America is finally moving off. It still has one big snow storm to dump on Toronto, and then we should be just cold. There is nothing to [...]
Not much change, but a few interesting things.
The saline current from the Arctic becomes stronger as cold water from the North Atlantic sucks into it. I've never seen this, but it probably confirms that the water is very saline. It plunges [...]
Detailed analysis by the USGS and others shows that Hurricane Maria triggered at least 40,000 landslides in Puerto Rico in 2017
The post Hurricane Maria: a first analysis of landsliding in Puerto Rico appeared first on The Landslide Blog.
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