Amazing Cloud Photo #2

On April 9, 2013 by Lazer Horse

The noctilucent cloud is a rare beast, only occurring well after sunset during the summer months. It’s the highest of the visible cloud types, hovering around 80km up, in the mesosphere and it is still...

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What’s Really Going On At HAARP?

On April 2, 2013 by Lazer Horse

There may well be life out there somewhere in the blackness, we don’t know; has any of this extraterrestrial life ever come to earth? Maybe a fungus or microbial organism attached to a rock?...

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When Is A Relationship Most Likely To Fail?

On March 9, 2013 by Tim Newman

Information is beautiful, a true fact and also the title of an amazing website made by David McCandless. He absolutely loves graphs and charts, and should you. McCandless started out as a graphic designer, which is...

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Rampion Off Shore Wind Farm: Sussex

On April 24, 2012 by Tim Newman

I am privileged enough to be able to see the Sussex sea-side from my bedroom window, it’s about a mile away, but it definitely counts. I still congratulate myself every morning as I gaze out...

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The International Space Station: Why Aren’t More People Looking At It?

On April 23, 2012 by Tim Newman

The International Space Station (ISS) is 450 metric tons of super charged, multinational, high-grade technological wizardry. It has been merrily bombing around this planet at about 17,000 mph (which is 12 times the...

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Meta-Analysis: Less Boring Than It Sounds?

On April 11, 2012 by Tim Newman

“Meta-analysis” describes a statistical method that collates data from a number of sources and gives an answer more accurate than any of the single individual sources could alone. It doesn’t sound all that...

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