Happy Halloween to you all. Up here, trick-or-treating doesn't generally exist; the holiday is mainly just used as an excuse for teenagers and young adults to throw costume parties. ;) But nature ...
Winter has arrived in Reykjavík. The weather is cold and crisp. Snow lies on the ground and winter winds from the last storm are dying down; many drivers got caught unawares and there were a number ...
Sæl og blessuð. Sorry for the delay! My new hard drive is up and restored, replacing the old one that crashed; I simply missed a bit of Míla recording time.
Black. Those tuning into Míla right ...
A strange title, but I promise we'll get back to that.
We've been getting bright red sunrises / sunsets from the residual Mist
(Credit: Árni Sæberg)
... though it's mainly blowing to the ...
There's not many places in the world that you can watch the northern lights dancing over you through a haze of sulfur dioxide, but that was the scene that met me this evening.
It was a beautiful ...
When I attended the University of Arizona I took an excellent course taught by Albert Mead called Parasitology. We used a text book called "Manual of Tropical Medicine" by Hunter, Frye, and ...
A river of lava at night, and steam by day. That's what we see on the live cameras, when the view isn't blocked by a storm. It's tantalizingly close to being able to tell what's going on without ...
We have had our third in-school accidental discharge by an armed teacher during the still-very young 2014-...
English groups many different concepts together into the word "know", while Icelandic has many different words for each kind of knowledge.
People vita facts. People kunna a skill. Your ...
The first post-eruption SO2 measurements of 600 µg/m³ at Egilsstaðir were 2 1/2 times the previous Icelandic (pre-eruption) pollution record.
Then that was crushed when Reyðarfjörður hit 2600 µ