Nothing is quite as exciting as these edge of the seat explorations, a direct result of pure research, just the desire to know, because it’s there.
NASA Study Nails Fracking as Source of Massive Methane ‘Hot Spot’ | Common Dreams | Breaking News & Views for the Progressive Community
Our tax dollars at work! Socialism at it’s best!!!
2 items of note:
Who would have ever thought Fracking could be harming our world…
50% of cases are released by just 10% of sources.
The above reminds me of the 80/20 rule so useful for helping to determine success.
When we, as a collection of individuals decide to embark on infrastructure projects such as air, and water pollution, repairs of roads, bridges, habitat this rule makes clear tremendous amounts of progress can be made, because the largest portion of the work can be done with the lesser of money and labor.
It is that last 20% which adds the greater portion of money and resources to projects as well as adding large amounts of daunt and overwhelming-ness.
As we look at infrastructure, the answer to the above rule is quite simple. Don’t let the perfect get in the way of the good.
After all we’re only human. And few would disagree, perfection is a worthy outcome to strive for, but, like moving something at the speed of light, which if possible would take ALL the energy in the universe, we can never and should not even actually attempt finishing that persnickety 20%.
If that’s the scenario, is not the attempt, but accomplishing the 80%, shouldn’t the accrued benefits to ALL be worthy enough to gather together and complete?
Stunning, original photography and an excellent insight into difficulties photographers face to bring us worlds we rarely, if ever see.
Watch and be amazed!
Check out @NWSOPC’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/NWSOPC/status/764831191644180480?s=09
Very excellent example of strong low pressure system with potential 2nd low budding off to South.
Just don’t let that fish chomp your fingers, Slow Hand!
Check out @NOAASatellites’s Tweet: https://twitter.com/NOAASatellites/status/738833343299616768?s=09
It’s one of the nicest videos of Earth I think. It’s small but smooth and even.
been some time…
found this site off of a LiveScience tweet about Peacock spiders… clean and simple site about one type of spiders, wonderful videos I’m thinking folks will enjoy…
Haven’t posted recently. I was gearing up cause I was in complete remission from Multiple Myeloma after a bone marrow transplant. Since I have relapsed which among other things takes time posting has been slow. I’ll keep trying though.