• So much sand, so many uses

    So much sand, so many uses0

    Who knew sand could be so interesting? Typically, we tend to only care or think about sand when it’s beneath our feet as we’re relaxing on the beach soaking in the Sun’s rays. But, sand’s role in our lives expands far beyond our favorite beaches. Sand has served a much more practical purpose ever since our ancient

  • A Solution to Fermi’s Paradox?

    A Solution to Fermi’s Paradox?1

    This article was written by Jim Walker at  It is reproduced with his permission.  We think you’ll enjoy his take on the Fermi Paradox, a subject we’ve covered a number of times. Fermi’s paradox comes from an argument made by the physicist Enrico Fermi and the astrophysicist Michael H. Hart. The paradox states that

  • Cloning in Pop Culture – What’s the Reality?

    Cloning in Pop Culture – What’s the Reality?0

    “Our experiences have told us that, with a little work, we humans can clone just about anything we want, from frogs to sheep—and probably even ourselves.” Not true. According to the Genetic Science Learning Center, a division of the Health Sciences Department at the University of Utah, “humans can clone just about anything we want.”


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