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Me Thinks Methane Too Much

As I write this on Sunday, the temperature here at my home in north Georgia is 60° F. We just went through (yet another) crazy set of storms this last weekend, and there are more storms forecast for the middle of the week. (It might even be ...

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It’s hard to believe that in just a few days, the “twenty-teens” will be over. The last ten years have gone by surprisingly fast and in that time, science and technology have made tremendous strides forward. I thought that for my last column of ... Read more

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Thanksgiving is next week, so I thought I’d use this month’s column to list out a few scientific breakthroughs that I’m personally very thankful for, and that may or may not be directly related to the holiday itself. So, let’s get right to it… Read more

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Even before Pluto was demoted from “planet” to “dwarf planet” back in 2006, astronomers had been looking for another, massive, object out beyond Pluto’s orbit. The reason is simple: There’s something out there that’s messing with the orbits of ... Read more

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Long time readers of this column will remember “Oumuamua”, which we last talked about back in January of this year. For those of you who aren’t familiar with Oumuamua, it’s the first object ever detected that we know came from outside of the ... Read more

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It’s that time again! Time to look at as many different “little” science stories as we can…that’s right, it’s our Research Roundup for Summer 2019! Last week, something huge hit Jupiter and caused an explosion so big it was caught by an amateur ... Read more

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