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Colombia Nevado De Ruiz Volcano on Track Toward Another Eruption

Authorities in Colombia are showing concerns of an imminent eruption at the towering Columbia Nevado De Ruiz volcano. Gas and vapor has been rising periodically from the Nevado de Ruiz volcano since February and the country’s geology institute says people in some areas are reporting “strong odors of sulfur.” As of Friday, no evacuations have … Continue reading

Hard Boiled Eggs

  Ok…let us please get serious here. I just ran across an article ran by the Washington Post (figures) that was titled ” How to Make Hard Boiled Eggs”. Now…besides giving me an instant headache and the instant desire to repeatedly stab myself in my thigh with an ice pick (don’t worry, I stopped).   … Continue reading

Breaking News: 7.4 Earthquake rocks Mexican Capital

  According to the U.S. Geological Survey, a magnitude 7.4 earthquake stuck central southern Mexico today at 18:02 GMT which is just after noon time. The epicenter was recorded to be in Guerrero and the quake was felt in a wide area including Oaxaca and Mexico City where scared workers flooded into the streets. Mexican … Continue reading

U.S. President to visit Boulder City, NV Solar Site

  U.S. President Barack Obama will be visiting the historical town of Boulder City, NV tomorrow to view this small towns commitment to big change. This town has quickly become the largest epicenter of solar power implementation in the world. Many of you may know that Boulder City is also the home to Hoover Dam. … Continue reading

Kilobots: A Potentially Dangerous Science Project or Benefit to Mankind?

“Kilobots were created by members of the Self-Organizing Systems Research Group led by Radhika Nagpal, the Thomas D. Cabot Associate Professor of Computer Science at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences (SEAS) and a Core Faculty Member at the Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering at Harvard. A team that also includes Michael … Continue reading

Head First into the Danger Potential

The 25-year-old Tevatron at Fermilab’s National Accelerator Laboratory will be shutting down. The U.S. Department of Energy has announced that it could not come up with  $35 million to keep the Tevatron running until 2014. At one time, many thought Tevatron was still in the race to first find the most elementary particle in physics…what … Continue reading

Sea Shepherd Activities Suspend Japanese Whaling

As of February 10th, 2011, Japan has suspended its annual Antarctic whaling due to what Japanese fishery agency official Tatsuya Nakaoku called persistent and “violent” disruptions by the Sea Shepherd Conservation Society. He followed this statement by saying that none of the “attacks” have injured any people nor have they done any major damage to … Continue reading

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