Stuff, fluff and guff about things in the wider universe
or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Watch the Sky
Who doesn’t love a good thunder and lightning show?
13.798 ± 0.037 billion years ago (or thereabouts), something happened.
Whilst not as refreshing, nor capable of being contained inside a standard pint glass, the universe is surprisingly like a pint of beer.
Unless you plan to be around until September 2090, chances are if you want to see a total solar eclipse, you’ll have to travel away from…
Hiking across a glacier is not something to everyone’s taste, but to glacial geologists, it’s more than just a hobby.
When you think Robert Hooke and Issac Newton, you think of great strides in the human understanding of the natural world.
Imagine looking up at the night sky on a clear, cloudless night and seeing the awesome majesty of the night sky spread out above your head…
The sun is our constant companion; it supplies heat and light to us and keeps our small blue/green world from freezing.
Anecdotes, whilst not considered compelling evidence by skeptics, nevertheless hold a lot of power over those not used to thinking in a…
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