One thing I learned during my study of Oceanography is that bias has no place in science and a fact is a fact. I don’t recall the exact experiment, but […]
I had no idea caterpillars are such versatile little creatures. I also had no idea caterpillars could look like this:
It’s Geology, Not Conspiracy: The 8.1 Mexico Earthquake was Not Caused by Solar Flares, Cloud Seeds, Government or Extraterrestrials
Okay, I’ve only seen the first two theories, but some people believe the world is flat–you never know. Today, there was an 8.1 magnitude earthquake offshore Chiapas, Mexico. While reading […]
I didn’t read like usual this week and the blame lies solely on the gaming app, Clash Royale. From AI to a language on the verge of extinction–here are some […]
One of my absolute favorite destinations in Oregon is Crater Lake National Park. The view is breathtaking and the geological history is fascinating. Recently, I had the opportunity to stay […]
Last week, I came across a disturbing post on the March for Science Facebook group. A professor posted an email from the Department of Energy (DOE) asking her to remove […]
Every Friday, I post a round-up of interesting science news, pictures, videos, and tweets I found while poking around the Internet. I hope you enjoy.