Science Word of the Week: Tun

In the past, there have been talks among scientists of we humans extending our species to inhabit the moon. This could be valuable if the Earth no longer has enough resources to support human life or if something catastrophic happened on Earth. Well once the human race makes it to the moon, it may find […]

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Science Snapshot: Horn Shark Eggs

In the never-ending struggle for survival in this competitive and unforgiving world, it is all about surviving long enough to reproduce and pass on your “fit” genes to the next generation. But the story does not end with reproduction, the offspring must learn to sink or swim if it wants to survive to reproduce in […]

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Science Snapshot: Banana Slug

The term, “love at first sight” is commonly used to describe an extreme liking for someone or something upon first seeing them in person. Usually this term matches with a beautiful woman or a delicious cheeseburger. Well, while camping in the Coastal Redwoods of California, I had truly experienced love at first sight! I exited […]

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