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Texas & Alaska Floods: El Nino & Hot Oceans Start a Year of Hellish Weather. It Will Get Worse.
There's too much heat in the oceans. Way too much heat. Hot water has surged across the equator in the Pacific and a deep pool of very hot water is building off of Mexico's west coast. Tropical ...
FishOutofWater 05/27/2015 61 153 1 -
Pluto starts to show its face
What Hubble sees when it looks at Pluto: Computer models based on Hubble images: What New Horizons is seeing:
atana 05/27/2015 61 95 2 -
Obama's EPA steps up for Clean Water
It has been a long time coming, but the EPA and Corps of Engineers have issued their final rule on what waters are protected under the Clean Water Act - helping ensure that the headwater, ...
RockyMtnHigh 05/27/2015 7 30 - -
The promise of NewSpace
Ceres as revealed by NASA's Dawn spacecraft on May 4, 2015, from a distance of 8,400 miles (13,600 kilometers). The bright spots may be water ice. We throw a lot of terms around here on Daily Kos, ...
DarkSyde 05/24/2015 101 64 3 -
Empirical versus Theoretical
On page 198 Problems of Empiricism: Volume 2: Philosophical Papers 1985. Paul Feyerabend describes a quote attributed to Einstein from a lecture in Prague in 1920: If the observations of ...
PriceRip 05/24/2015 60 12 - -
Sea Star Loss is Mussels Gain
Note that the video above was shot on May 8, 2015, set to Debussy's Clair de Lune, by the YouTube user NorthOlbo who makes wonderful pieces about the British Columbian coast. Check him out. The ...
MarineChemist 05/24/2015 11 21 - -
The Inoculation Project 5/24/2015: Human Circuits!
Solid science education is the best inoculation against ignorance.
belinda ridgewood 05/24/2015 16 22 - -
Regression to the mean question for biologically-trained.
In commenting on another poster's misunderstanding of Regression to the Mean, I recalled a question on that subject that I have had before. My understanding is that Dalton expected that ...
Frank Palmer 05/23/2015 15 3 - -
Faux Pause, appendix
This is just a short appendix to my post from yesterday , wherein I described fraud being perpetrated by the likes of Monckton and Watts in convincing low-information types that global warming (aka ...
OutOnALimb 05/23/2015 2 9 - -
Glyphosate use before Roundup ready crops use and abuse
There is a basic misunderstanding being presented as the truth re glyphosates use before roundup ready crops came to market . The claim is that glyphosate was used on crops for 20 years before ...
indycam 05/23/2015 16 11 1 -
Ceres: spots' spectrum similar to ice
The famous spots, imaged on May 16 from a distance of 7,200 kilometers. Pixels in this image are 700 meters wide. Christopher Russell, principal investigator for the Dawn Mission, says the ...
atana 05/22/2015 30 25 - -
A switch was flipped and now southern peninsula Antarctic glaciers are rapidly melting.
Scientists have discovered that the ice shelves of South Antarctica, located in the Bellingshausen sea , are in rapid melt. This new study follows reports that the remnants of Larsen B should ...
Pakalolo 05/22/2015 76 170 5 -
Monckton and Watts inadvertently reveal global warming "Pause" to be clumsy fraud
The idiot climate denialist website, run by the idiot climate denialist Anthony Watts , is fond of running graphs proclaiming NO GLOBAL WARMING FOR ‘XX’ YEARS ‘X’ ...
OutOnALimb 05/22/2015 68 154 6 -
USDOE National Renewable Energy Laboratory Revises U.S. Wind Energy Potential Map in All 50 States
The U.S. Department of Energy revises wind energy potential map for the entire U.S. and which shows the areas of the United States evaluated with increased (or new) wind energy potential with ...
LakeSuperior 05/22/2015 6 16 1 -
Early research shows promise in treating Down syndrome and similar disorders using cancer drugs
Down syndrome and Fragile X syndrome are the most prevalent ...
Walter Einenkel 05/21/2015 7 2 - -
The very real and decisive GMO scientific consensus
Over and over, I've read comments on the internet (obviously, my first mistake) that there is no scientific consensus about GMOs, or genetically modified organisms (generally crops or food), and ...
SkepticalRaptor 05/20/2015 286 25 1 -
Editor of American Chemical Society's Journal Environmental Science & Technology Gets a New Sofa
These musings by the Editor in Chief of the American Chemical Society's publication, Environmental Science & Technology, are a worthy read for those interested in the interaction between science, ...
LakeSuperior 05/20/2015 8 7 - -
The Viking Mars Mission
In October 1957, the Soviet Union launched the first satellite, Sputnik. Over the next 20 years, the Space Race saw the USSR and the USA compete in a series of space spectaculars as each tried to ...
Lenny Flank 05/19/2015 23 29 1 -
Scientists invent astonishing new concrete that can heal its own cracks (VIDEO)
Will cracks in basement foundations become a thing of the past? Scientists in the Netherlands have created a "bioconcrete" that amazingly uses bacteria in a very unusual ...
Jen Hayden 05/18/2015 22 34 - -
There's A Monster At The Door, And It Better Not Get In. Super El Nino Is Back!
Last year a monster Kelvin wave (bubble of warm water) formed in the pacific and started heading eastward. Often times this is the forerunner of an El Nino event. The Kelvin wave surfaced and was ...
pollwatcher 05/18/2015 123 217 5 -
Thinking Computer an Oxymoron
Thinking suggests self-awareness, computers are not aware in any real sense . . . self-aware, fugetaboutit. The whole Self-Aware conundrum is a vexing problem for Classical Philosophy. ...
PriceRip 05/17/2015 66 4 1 -
Ancient Africa: A Short Overview of Homo Habilis
The first species to be classified as human, designated as Homo habilis , appeared in Africa over two million years ago. While similar in many physical features to the earlier Australopithecines, ...
Ojibwa 05/17/2015 33 76 4 -
The Inoculation Project 5/17/2015: Science Books!
Solid science education is the best inoculation against ignorance.
belinda ridgewood 05/17/2015 12 28 - -
Eugenie Clark - 1922-2015
I am taking the liberty of writing a diary on a female scientist whom I never met and who died in the 21st Century (in fact this very year.) This is in large part because of her 1951 book "Lady ...
Desert Scientist 05/16/2015 9 31 - -
The Moon's shadow takes about 1.5 hours entering near Salem, Oregon sweeping across the United States of America exiting through Charleston, South Carolina. At about 13:00 CDT the shadow's center ...
PriceRip 05/15/2015 13 10 1 -
Stunning NASA video shows humanity's impact on Earth
Feeling paranoid? You should. NASA and The U.S. Geological Survey’s Landsat satellite program have been watching us from space for over forty years. The satellite orbits the Earth 14 times a day ...
VL Baker 05/14/2015 20 105 3 -
Larsen C ice shelf is melting from the top and the bottom and is at risk of collapse
Images: NASA Earth Observatory, gif by Rosamund Pearce for Carbon Brief Click to view the break up of Larsen B Of the 4 Larsen ice shelves, Shelf A became the first ice shelf to collapse in ...
Pakalolo 05/13/2015 24 162 1 -
Check out these images of recently discovered deep sea creatures
One of the amazing creatures in a recent deep sea expedition This amazing footage from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration highlights ...
Jen Hayden 05/13/2015 36 177 3 -
Monte Verde: The First Americans?
For decades, archaeologists have concluded that the first humans entered the Americas over the Bering Straits land bridge about 13,000 years ago, when an ice-free corridor opened up in Canada, But ...
Lenny Flank 05/13/2015 42 31 - -
Ceres: the big bright spots are made of smaller bright spots
Now that the Dawn spacecraft is closer to Ceres, we can see the bright spots more clearly, and they are composed of several smaller spots. The image above was taken on May 4, 2015 from a distance ...
atana 05/11/2015 39 85 2 -
The Inoculation Project 5/10/15: Renewable Energy Sources & Stem Materials
Solid science education is the best inoculation against ignorance.
nervousnellie 05/10/2015 17 22 - -
This week in science: abort, abort!
Up to now SpaceX has been contracted to launch satellites and unmanned resupply missions to the ISS. But the company has big plans for manned spaceflight. And toward that goal, they tested their ...
DarkSyde 05/09/2015 47 29 - -
MIT created a solar-powered machine that turns saltwater into drinking water
Taking the salt out of brackish water MIT engineers have invented a new desalination machine that runs on solar energy. The project began in 2013 when the engineers went to India with the hopes of ...
Walter Einenkel 05/08/2015 164 281 4 -
Cancer as a weapon. Not the onion.
You might have noticed that scientists had some ethical concerns about a new gene editing technique [ (CRISPR/Cas9)]
arendt 05/08/2015 35 10 - -
Analysis of Beached Grey Whale in British Columbia for Fukushima Radioisotopes
Grey Whale being dissected on Wickaninnish Beach April 23, 2015 The purpose of this diary is to report analyses carried out by the InFORM ...
MarineChemist 05/06/2015 12 16 - -
Three Mile Island: A History of America's Worst Nuclear Accident
In 1970, nuclear power was assumed to be the bright future of humanity, providing us with nearly limitless quantities of cheap clean energy for the foreseeable future. Instead, by 1980, nuclear ...
Lenny Flank 05/06/2015 54 20 - -
Study saying EPA rules will save 3,500 lives should be nailed to door of every naysayer in Congress
Curbing coal plant emissions would save lots of lives. Not that this matters to EPA haters. A new study published in the ...
Meteor Blades 05/04/2015 28 91 2 -
Do we all live in a giant hologram?
The large scale universe projected onto a two-dimensional boundary There is an active field of research in cosmology and physics seeking to explain the cosmos in terms of a radical idea: we live ...
DarkSyde 05/03/2015 117 92 2 -
House Republicans launch direct attack on Earth Sciences slashing $300 to $500 million from NASA
Republican shills for Big Carbon are launching a direct assault on NASA funding designed to gut any future enhancements to the Earth Sciences capabilities to monitor changing conditions on our ...
Lefty Coaster 05/03/2015 33 78 - -
The Inoculation Project 5/3/2015: Physics in Baltimore
Solid science education is the best inoculation against ignorance.
belinda ridgewood 05/03/2015 28 24 - -
Michigan Seismic Event -- 4.0
Michigan experienced a 4.0 seismic event ----8 kilometers south of Galesburg, MI -- at 12:23 PM today, Saturday. It shook my house in East Lansing, was noted by MSU employees and East Lansing ...
LakeSuperior 05/02/2015 7 6 - -
This week in science: stardrive?
There is great excitement in some corners of the space exploration community this week, as several NASA people opened up a discussion with engineers and others outside the agency over a mysterious,
DarkSyde 05/02/2015 92 46 - -
How To Read A Seismic Hazard Map
Now that the USGS has preliminary come up with a way to quantify the short term hazard of potentially induced earthquakes it’s important to know what these maps are and mean.
terrypinder 05/01/2015 28 66 1 -
NASA: EM Drive shown to work in space-like vacuum
The EmDrive which made made headlines last year is back in the news with the results from a new set of tests by NASA showing that the drive has been successfully tested in a hard vacuum. The EM ...
Unit Zero 05/01/2015 235 103 3 -
The Voyage of the "Trieste"
In January 1960, two ocean explorers named Don Walsh and Jacques Piccard took the manned submersible Trieste to the bottom of the Challenger Deep in the Marianas Trench, the deepest spot in the ocean.
Lenny Flank 04/29/2015 17 30 - -
Debunking the pH Claim of GMO Safety
EdG Note: This article has been retitled and substantially edited since 1st publication. See "Updates" for details. Those who pay even casual attention to The Great GMO Debate are likely aware ...
edg 04/28/2015 269 16 1 -
Valentina Tereshkova: The First Woman in Space
Most Americans assume that Sally Ride, who flew on the Space Shuttle in 1983, was the first woman in space. But in reality, the first women had flown in orbit almost 20 years before--and she was a ...
Lenny Flank 04/28/2015 10 29 - -
Lipsky Family Wins a Victory on Range Resources SLAPP Law Suit at Texas Supreme Court
The Lipsky Family in Parker County, TX has defeated a Range Resources petition in a SLAPP lawsuit seeking to reinstate certain business disparagement and civil conspiracy claims brought by the ...
LakeSuperior 04/27/2015 24 22 - -
Sen. Al Franken (D-MN) Deservingly Enjoys Victory In Helping Destroy A Conglomerate Merger
Leslie Salzillo 04/26/2015 45 141 1 -
The Inoculation Project 4/26/15: If They Build It, They Will Learn
Solid science education is the best inoculation against ignorance.
tgypsy 04/26/2015 17 22 - -
Ancient Europe: The Stone Ages
In the nineteenth century, before the advent of modern scientific chronometric dating, archaeologists and museum curators relied exclusively on relative dating. To make sense out of the chaotic ...
Ojibwa 04/26/2015 24 123 4 -
Mass Extinctions (part 2): The First Time Life on Earth Almost Perished
485 million years ago the Earth was a very different place. The Earth's climate was mostly warm and wet, with sea levels nearly 2,000 feet above those of today. The area north of the tropics was ...
GregWright 04/26/2015 24 100 1 -
Is There Any Intelligent Life Out There? Maybe Not.
Last week two Senior NASA Scientists confidently predicted that we will find evidence of extraterrestrial life within a decade or ...
Dartagnan 04/25/2015 297 161 3 -
Sanford Stalling Charleston Transit Progress
From Best Friends of Lowcountry Transit This statement was prepared for the April 23rd. protest at the Office of US Congressman Mark Sanford in Mount Pleasant, SC. At that ...
wjhamilton29464 04/25/2015 16 21 - -
America's First Roswell: The Aurora UFO Crash
Everyone is familiar with the story of Roswell, New Mexico, where an extraterrestrial spaceship supposedly crashed and alien bodies were recovered and hidden by the US Government. But if the ...
Lenny Flank 04/25/2015 51 28 - -
This week in science: she's a witch!
Will the real Mike Rogers (R-AL) please stand up? Because there's a fire and brimstone Mike Rogers who hates him some commie leader and likes to wax elegantly on a certain president who ...
DarkSyde 04/25/2015 68 25 - -
The Hubble Space Telescope: 25 Years and Counting
There has been a lot of attention on the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) this week, including posts here at Daily Kos. I'm going to try to make this one worth your time. I've been putting together ...
xaxnar 04/24/2015 28 30 - -
What's that spot on Ceres?
NASA is holding a vote on what you think the bright spots on Ceres may be. Images of Ceres from as far away as the Hubble telescope show a white splotch that everyone assumed would be a crater. ...
atana 04/24/2015 98 68 - -
Backyard Scientist: Chimp Edition
I may have been the first person to see these chimps I'm a lover of science you can do close to home, but thanks to sites like Zooniverse , you can now do science very far away from home without ...
Mark Sumner 04/24/2015 11 20 - -
Science Denier Bingo: A Board Game for Science Fans
Science Deniers come in all stripes. Some are right-wing, some are left-wing. Some are anti-government, some are anti-corporate. But if you look closely at all of the anti-science fringe, everyone ...
Lenny Flank 04/22/2015 114 28 1 -
A Heartwarming Story With A Terrible Lesson for Anti-Vaxers
Earlier this year a tiny, frail, disabled, 67 year old pensioner was mugged as he put out the trash in the northern English city of Gateshead. His 25 year old assailant was desperate for money to ...
Lib Dem FoP 04/22/2015 234 145 1 -
In Oklahoma, hard data that finally lays out the danger from the state's man-made quake boom
For the last year, I and several others have covered the rise in seismicity in Oklahoma and Kansas . The earthquakes in these two states, coupled with earthquakes in Texas, Colorado, and Ohio, ...
terrypinder 04/21/2015 107 192 3 -
Pi-Ramesse: Egypt's Oddest Mystery
During his reign, the Egyptian Pharaoh Ramses II built an extraordinary number of monuments in his capitol city, Pi-Ramesse. In later centuries, Pi-Ramesse was abandoned and forgotten, lost in the ...
Lenny Flank 04/21/2015 40 69 1 -
How Much Radioactivity Are We Exposed to While Sampling Seawater for Fukushima Radioisotopes?
The purpose of this diary is to introduce a brief, informal movie made while using a Geiger Counter in the laboratory today. This diary is part of an ongoing effort to communicate what the ...
MarineChemist 04/20/2015 5 21 1 -
Sink or Swim: UVic's Mike Irvine First to Defend His Masters Thesis Underwater
In case you're interested (ICYI) you will be able to watch the first Masters degree defence conducted underwater. It will live stream in about 30 minutes from now. From the YouTube description: ...
MarineChemist 04/20/2015 3 6 - -
Beyond the Hubble
The Cat's Eye Nebula as seen by the Hubble Space Telescope in the constellation Draco. Click to embiggen Ask anyone to name a telescope and odds are one answer will come up every time: Hubble. Not ...
DarkSyde 04/19/2015 111 142 2 -
Mass Extinctions (Part 1): Yes, The Climate is Always Changing.
The Earth’s climate changes naturally and gradually over long periods of time due to geological forces. The climate can also change abruptly. These abrupt changes can be due to geological forces ...
GregWright 04/19/2015 11 22 - -
The Inoculation Project 4/19/15: Bridges & Geometry and STEM Materials
Solid science education is the best inoculation against ignorance.
nervousnellie 04/19/2015 20 22 - -
Some large conservation organizations have a problem. They have to get the money needed to run their programs without being co-opted by the organizations and corporations who donate to them, but ...
Desert Scientist 04/18/2015 72 132 2 -
Written in Bone: Archaeopteryx
In 1859, a British naturalist named Charles Darwin published a book that shook Victorian England to its core. Titled On the Origin of Species , Darwin's book argued that all living organisms (and, ...
Lenny Flank 04/18/2015 29 36 1 -
This week in science: pinko-world
Dwarf planet planet Pluto and its largest moon, Charon, acquire a pinkish hue as seen by New Horizons' color camera recently. Click image for more on mission and timeline Do you think ...
DarkSyde 04/18/2015 21 26 1 -
Apollo 13 : NASA's Iconic Achievement
Tom Hanks' movie about the incredible success story that was the recovery of the Apollo 13 crew, was great. It's one of those movies that I hate to see when I'm flipping, because I'll compulsively ...
3rdOption 04/18/2015 98 112 3 -
Dawn on the night side
The Dawn spacecraft has been looping around Ceres' night side, but is now closing in for its first science orbit. Because it is approaching Ceres from the night side, a crescent view is still all we ...
atana 04/17/2015 4 9 - -
Researchers to study large methane plume above the Four Corners
Methane is a gas often associated with swamps in the southeast or West Texas oil deposits. But last year scientists found the largest concentration in the US hanging quietly above in an unexpected ...
DarkSyde 04/15/2015 67 72 - -
EPA RadNet Ancillary Protocol
The EPA maintains more than 130 fixed radiation air monitoring stations spread throughout all 50 states. This is 30% more than three years ago. Each monitor has at least one onsite volunteer ...
PriceRip 04/15/2015 24 - - -
Water Works (Part 5): Why Can't California Stop Exporting Its Water?
This post wraps up my water supply topic. My last post covered harmful industrial pollution polices and some ways to reduce their impact. This post will cover the problems associated with ...
GregWright 04/14/2015 36 45 - -
Nestlé has been pumping water from a national forest with an expired permit for over 25 years
The lack of regulation here is stunning. The U.S. Forest Service in Southern California ...
FaithGardner 04/13/2015 179 305 7 -
Georgia pharmacist denies miscarriage patient's prescription
From the files of "That's a law?" comes a story out of Milledgeville, GA. Brittany Cartrett had recently received the sad news that five weeks ...
Walter Einenkel 04/13/2015 374 330 8 -
Kelp Watch 2015: Most Recent Results Looking for Fukushima Contamination
The Raincoast Education Society has partnered with the University of Victoria and California State University to carry out radionuclide sampling of sea water and kelp, respectively, in Clayoquot ...
MarineChemist 04/12/2015 19 13 - -
The Inoculation Project 4/12/2015: The Lorax for Earth Day!
Solid science education is the best inoculation against ignorance.
belinda ridgewood 04/12/2015 13 20 - -
This week in science: do the math!
Not many remember the interest rate correction of 1994, when rates finally went up after a long decline. But plenty of fixed-income mutual funds and bond-holders got caught by surprise, in part ...
DarkSyde 04/11/2015 19 35 1 -
Wisconsin Climate Change Gag Order Part of Multi-Front, Industry-Tied Attacks
On April 7, Wisconsin's Board of Commissioners of Public Lands voted 2-1 to ban those employed by the agency from doing any work pertaining to climate change or global warming while doing public ...
Steve Horn 04/11/2015 11 80 2 -
Coming Together to Fight Trans-Worker Discrimination, by Christopher German-Jones
I requested and obtained permission from the author to present in its entirety this piece about labor and trans-workers collaborating on workplace issues. I thought the author was spot on with ...
Tortmaster 04/10/2015 9 15 - -
Obama Administration Issues Pipeline Safety Bulletin for Submerged Water Crossings
The Obama Administration Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration issues a pipeline safety bulletin in today's Federal Register pertinent to operations throughout the United States: ...
LakeSuperior 04/09/2015 15 21 1 -
The Mighty Rio Grande
In Late February of this year as I walked down the trail along the Rio Grande at Leasburg Dam State Park in southern New Mexico, I was struck by the relative lushness of the area. A reasonably deep ...
Desert Scientist 04/09/2015 60 125 1 -
Tweet the Surgeon General today with your health questions
Vivek Murthy, M.D., the U. S. Surgeon General, will be taking tweets today from people with questions about public health issues. This is National Public Health Week and he'll be available to ...
d3clark 04/09/2015 2 2 - -
POTUS to Call For End to Gay/Transgender 'Conversion' Therapy
(image courtesy of South Park and Comedy Central) From The New York Times : WASHINGTON — A 17-year-old transgender youth, Leelah Alcorn, stunned her friends and a vast Internet audience in ...
ericlewis0 04/08/2015 21 80 1 -
Scientific theories are really scientific facts
Time to move away from the scientific facts of GMO safety, vaccine safety and efficacy, and whatever else stimulates my brain. Actually, if I were to start a new blog, it would be about baseball, ...
SkepticalRaptor 04/08/2015 40 21 - -
Low Cost Hoop House Cold Frame- Gardening in the Frozen North
Farming and gardening in the cold northern states can be a challenge. Buying seed and starting your own plants enables us to choose those unusual varieties not available at the big box stores ...
flowerfarmer 04/07/2015 37 54 3 -
Monitoring Fukushima Impact on the Pacific: How We Process Citizen Scientist Seawater Samples
In case you're interested (ICYI). A brief explanation of how seawater samples to monitor for Fukushima contamination are processed when they arrive at the University of Victoria. More details ...
MarineChemist 04/06/2015 5 16 - -
Fukushima Contamination Detected at Shoreline in British Columbia
Satellite measurements of ocean temperature (illustrated by color) and the direction of currents (white arrows) help show where radionuclides from Fukushima are transported. Large scale currents ...
MarineChemist 04/06/2015 238 62 - -
Windows 8: From Hell's heart I stab at thee
Once upon a time an outfit called the Coca-Cola company came out with a new product. They called it New Coke . The can was slightly different, the drink inside was slightly sweeter and tangier ...
DarkSyde 04/05/2015 675 280 11 -
Sunday Train: The Hole in the PA Keystone West Feasibility Study
One of the things I was waiting on last year was delivery of Pennsylvania's feasibility study for improvements on the "Keystone West" corridor. The "Keystone East" corridor connecting Harrisburg and ...
BruceMcF 04/05/2015 9 16 - -
The Inoculation Project 4/5/15: Energy & Motion and STEM Materials
Solid science education is the best inoculation against ignorance.
nervousnellie 04/05/2015 12 17 - -
------ Overnight News Digest ------ Saturday Science Edition
Welcome to the Saturday Science Edition of Overnight News Digest Overnight News Digest is a regular daily feature which provides noteworthy news items and commentary from around the world. The ...
Man Oh Man 04/04/2015 21 41 - -
Crowd-sourcing the Iran nuke deal
It is fortunate for the world that making a reliable nuclear weapon is not easy. Just initiating a runaway fission reaction under controlled conditions in a friendly test range is tricky enough. ...
DarkSyde 04/04/2015 20 20 - -
Schneiderman Denounces Supplements Then Quietly Withdraws Accusations
The Denunciation February 3, 2015: With great fanfare , New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman revealed the results of his testing of six of the most popular supplements. Only 21% ...
wilderness voice 04/04/2015 143 51 5 -
Another Story of Global Warming, Human Evolution, and David Koch
Several DKos articles have been written here ...
liberaldad2 04/04/2015 13 16 - -
Citizen Scientist Discovers Amazing Tanner Crab Migration in Deep Ocean
This diary is based on a recent blog by Fabio De Leo a scientist working with Ocean Networks Canada on March 19, 2015.
MarineChemist 04/04/2015 23 63 1 -
Offshore Oil Rig Explosion Kills 4
It sounds eerily familiar if you were one of the Gulf Watchers. Pemex lost a rig today; at least four people died.
BlackSheep1 04/01/2015 14 31 - -
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