machu-picchu

machu picchu

Looking Back…
July 18, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

In case you were wondering about notable science events that occurred the week of July 18th… photo credit: disoculated On July 19, 1963, Joe Walker flew a North American X-15 to a record height of 347,800 feet. Under international convention, this constitutes spaceflight. He was also the first man to fly into space twice. Joe Walker’s […]

Science Doesn’t Sleep (7.2.08)
July 2, 2008 · Be The First To Comment

photo credit: icelight So here’s what went down since you logged off. It survived the ravages of nature for hundreds of years…but the footprints of tourists might be too much. UNESCO is considering whether to make Machu Picchu an endangered world heritage site. SmartEnergyViews – a new blog devoted to energy efficiency. (Thanks, ScienceBuzz) The […]



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