The eruption at Kilauea is ongoing and everyone’s talking about it. But how much of what they’re saying is correct?
Archives for May 2018
New temperature records; new carbon dioxide highs — and a generally-ignored constituent of air: argon.
There’s still plenty to talk about on Hawaii, both what’s happened at Kilauea, and what might happen. There’s also a lot to learn from Antarctica’s ice sheets.
Sometimes small things produce big differences. Saccharides include starches, sugars and cellulose. What difference is there in these materials made of such similar starting materials?
All scientists are subject to bias – it happens in the best and worst of situations. One example of possible bias in the scientific community was the use of Laetrile as a harmless Anti-Cancer agent.
It’s all about America this week – mainly Hawaii, but California and Yellowstone get a look in, too.
This week’s article looks at animals and earthquakes, the ongoing eruption of Kilauea and the seismic clues to North Korea’s nuclear program.
Winds and magnets, but no rain, tornadoes, or ice – that’s the current state of the weather around the world in April, 2018.