He may not be regular Sunday night viewing any more, but Benny Tipene is doing anything but relaxing.
Warden was just going back for seconds on both hotcakes and eggs when this blast shuddered by under the floor and rattled the cups It had become very quiet and everybody had stopped eating and looked up at each other. “Must be doin some dynamitin down to Wheeler Field,” somebody said tentatively
ALMOST every great city has a river.
Six atoms may seem minuscule–especially if they exist for only fractions of a second–but they can have huge implications. The recent announcement that Russian and American scientists finally managed to produce a tiny bit of element 117 by firing calcium atoms at berkelium fills in a missing spot on the periodic table
On the moon-like surface of the muddy crust that now covers a dozen Indonesian villages, any sign of life is welcome.
Chemists located the treasure long ago, and the knowledge that many valuable elements, including gold, are found in sea water has nourished a long dream of riches. But try as they would, no seawater miners could recover precious metals in practical quantities
By legend Texans are a grandiose breed with more than the natural share of megalomaniacs. But University of Texas Biochemist Earl B
A day after President Barack Obama publicly endorsed India’s claim to a permanent seat on the U.N. Security Council, State Department spokesman P.J
It seemed, on the face of things, to make sense: The first gate of the Morganza Spillway opened on Saturday afternoon, sending 10,000 cubic feet of Mississippi River water churning south toward the Atchafalaya Basin, all part of a concerted effort to help relieve pressure on burdened levees protecting Baton Rouge and New Orleans.
Water shortages plague a fifth of southern Europe. And with temperatures in the region forecast to rise several degrees this century reducing rainfall another 30% things will only get worse.