Monthly Archives: April 2013

Californication: Meteorite Troubles

Recently, near Sutter’s Mill, California, The town credited for starting the historical California Gold Rush, A meteorite was found. Like the California Gold Rush before, This meteorite has triggered a similar Scientific rush for one of the youngest, most unique space rocks around. This specific Meteorite happens to be very carbon rich, or, Carbanaceous Chondrite.  … Continue reading Californication: Meteorite Troubles

The Decline of Bee Population

The decline of honey bee populations in the past years has been one of the underpublicized environmental crises likely to have real world consequences for humans. Food will suffer if we can’t fix the declination of bees. Pollinating bees have a role in One third of the food we eat. Researchers say that the chemicals … Continue reading The Decline of Bee Population