Tag Archives: Earth Science
With today’s CLOSE encounter at hand. Some may be asking… Is the the only close encounter we have had recently with Objects? The Answer is NOPE!! Here is the most recent list that NASA is tracking.
VueTOO is offering LIVE coverage of the Asteroid as it passes. http://www.vuetoo.com/asteroid/Situationpagenews.asp?af=&sit=6526 Animated Set of Three Images shown from Feb 14 observation by the Faulkes Telescope South in Australia. Here’s the viewing schedule: Noon ET: NASA plans to start streaming … Continue reading
A team of material scientists from Wake Forest University in North Carolina have developed plastic light bulbs that are shatterproof, flicker-free, and seem to last forever. Furthermore, these plastic bulbs are about twice as efficient as fluorescent bulbs, on-par with … Continue reading
For those wanting to get the latest update, http://www.youtube.com/user/redbull?feature=watch
OKLAHOMA CITY — In 2011, tornadoes killed 550 people in the United States. In Branson, Missouri in February, a new technology was credited with giving residents twice the normal amount of warning time before a tornado hit keeping this year’s … Continue reading
Hey before the next round of BAD weather rolls in. Download your FREE COPY of weather background. We have provided this for FREE for Windows XP, Vista, Win 7 and Win 8. Download it here. You can read more about … Continue reading
Just added some new items to the weatherroom. A current watch MAP and several more radar loops. I’ll be adding several new items to this area as we are moving into a very dangerous time of year and it’s best … Continue reading
When it comes to dino outerwear, shag might be the new scales. Fossil evidence from a trio of 125-million-year-old dinosaurs that were relatives of Tyrannosaurus rex indicate the giant creatures were wore primitive feathers.
A controversial type of pesticide linked to declining global bee populations appears to scramble bees’ sense of direction, making it hard for them to find home. Starved of foragers and the pollen they carry, colonies produce fewer queens, and eventually … Continue reading