Journal of the Global Draining Society Letters, B (2012) 2(1):12-15 doi:10340824.xadflk Sea Level Rise Is Tied to Prevalence of Homosexuality Dr. M* *National Institute of Ocean Fluctuation Research, Deep-Sea News Way, Suite 100, Timbuktu 20501 Introduction Although only two years old and previously unrecognized by the scientific establishment, Global Draining (GD) has now become a . . . → Read More: Sea Level Rise Is Tied to Prevalence of Homosexuality
As you know by now, Hurricane Irene was pretty intense storm and it was HUGE! just check out the satellite image from NASA/Goddard. It was at least 1/3 the size of the whole US and affected areas on the coast of Florida through Maine, in addition to its prelude in Puerto Rico and the Bahamas. . . . → Read More: Hurricane Irene
In Durham, I am nearly 2-3 hours from the North Carolina coast. With relation to Earl, the local forecast is that this far inland we are unlikely to see any rain and a just a moderate breeze. As of 7:45 am this morning the eye was 475 miles from Durham, yet the outer fingers of . . . → Read More: You Sure Are a Big Fella Earl
Looks like KZ and I might be getting a visit from Earl later this week.
Just received this great photo from a friend of friend. Gary Bernier took this while diving at the ship wrecks off North Carolina. A cookie goes to the person who can name both the jellyfish and fish. Have dive photographs? Send them along and we will post them at DSN! . . . → Read More: This Jellyfish Doesn’t Have Chance
From the wire… A vast stretch of deepsea coral reefs in the south Atlantic passed a key step toward full federal protection as a special habitat where destructive fishing trawls are prohibited. The deepwater coral reefs, spanning 23,000 square miles from the North Carolina down to the Florida coast, are a relatively pristine habitat, rich . . . → Read More: Protection For Deep-Water Corals Close
Random military vessel seen from my office. Not sure of the name as it is not printed on the facing side, but my officemate, the Southern Fried Scientist suggests it is a cable layer or other type of workhorse. I just think big ships are cool :) . . . → Read More: Island Views
Bow down to the new symbol of power! You might have noticed my absence lately. Maybe you didn’t. Maybe you did and just don’t care. I finally arrived in North Carolina (like NC doesn’t have enough science bloggers) after a 3000 mile road trip that included way to many meals at Cracker Barrel and a . . . → Read More: Finally…