More data from the Cassini probe. There probably aren’t any little green men but maybe the precursors of the life process. Cassini data from Saturn
Category Archives: Nature
How to get an image of a black hole
Interesting TED talk on how to get an image of a black hole and prove Einstein’s equations. TED talk on black holes
Latest Global Land−Ocean Temperature Index Graph from GISS
What exactly do climate change deniers not understand? Global Land−Ocean Temperature Index
Climate change is here, are you still willing to gamble?
You can bend statistics whichever way you like but at sometime in your life and it won’t be long now you will be affected by climate change depending on where you live and how old you are. You can run but you can’t hide. Life may look good to you at the moment with that new car or A/C unit but there will be a price to pay and you won’t be able to afford it no matter how many Euros, Yen, Pounds or Dollars you have. Hypocrisy over new coal plants, Monthly Mean Global Surface Temperature
Argentine Wild Cat – Spotted in the Japanese Gardens of Buenos Aires
Watch out! We were fortunate that this wild cat was happily resting in the beautiful Japanese Gardens of Buenos Aires. In all seriousness this is a really nice place to visit as are Buenos Aires and Argentina. For a different place to travel to Argentina has much to offer. Copyright Paul Andrews and Caroline Schmutz, Junagarh Media, http://www.junagarhmedia.co.uk
Steve Jones Lecture Museum of London – Nature, Nurture or Neither
I was very fortunate to arrive early enough to get a seat at the Gresham College lecture held at the Museum of London on the 25th of March. It was the second time that I have been able to listen to Steve Jones give a lecture and what an amazing speaker this man is. If you get a chance to hear him speak take it. If you are lucky to be at University and he is giving a lecture then you are a very lucky person.