Monthly Archives: September 2012
I have never seen or have been aware of this. Have you? If so, why havent you told anyone or posted it! Anyways, the Atacama Desert in South America has been deemed by National Geographic and other well acclaimed geologists, as the … Continue reading
01 Ice Ice Baby Welcome to our post on Ice and Snow. It can be hard to imagine icy winds, slippery sidewalks, the hush of snow when it is warm and inviting outside. As MacAuley informs us, ice overs a … Continue reading
In April of this year, the sixth major phase began in a very long continuous eruption cycle that began in January 1983. This phase is producing amongst the most spectacular scenes and attracting visitors from all over the world! Some … Continue reading
Just a quick warning, this song is not in english, so if you do not wish to listen to the music or you are disturbed or scared by the song, just mute the song and skip to about 2:25 to … Continue reading
Watch from 10 minutes 45 seconds to 11 minutes 30 seconds http://www.digavatar.com/avatar-tv-chapter-16-the-deserter.html
This in the chemical structure for solid water and the bonds involved in its solidification.
I was reading a book for my English class called The Lives of a Cell by Lewis Thomas and came acrosss this interesting section: “Man is an unchanged word from Indo-European man, meaning just that. But two other important words … Continue reading