earth-science

earth science

What’s the perfect B-Day? Puppies, reading and the museum!
August 19, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

For her eighth birthday, Maddie Sanders told her mom she wanted nothing more than to read to dogs at the museum. It seems like an unlikely service, but the Houston Museum of Natural Science at Sugar Land is the perfect fit for such a childhood wish. Through the P.A.W.S. (Pets Are Wonderful Support) Reading Program, […]

Live from the Canadian Rockies, it’s Earth science in action!
August 6, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

The things they carry are large and small, and their actions are earth-shattering, to say the least. They are unstoppable forces of nature that move slower than a sloth. I don’t mean my family of 20 Indians, but rather the things that those 20 people traveled all the way to western Canada to go see: […]

Among fossils: How very old things remind us of our youth
May 10, 2015 · Be The First To Comment

The earth is 4.54 billion years old. That’s a big number to wrap your head around. Spending time among very old things helps, but even then it’s easy to forget that not only the fossils themselves are ancient; so is the rock they came out of, the planet circling a sun that has been around […]

Note: heat from active volcano may damage running shoes.
November 20, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

Recently I went on a trip to Antigua, Guatemala and had the opportunity to go to the top of an active volcano just a short distance away from the city called Pacaya. One of the main reasons we chose to visit Antigua was the proximity to active volcanoes because ever since I saw the Ring […]



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