June 8, 2018 By The Associated Press HOUSTON (AP) — A new report on the damage caused by Hurricane Harvey says the U.S. has never experienced the amount of rainfall across such a vast area as that brought by Harvey when it struck Texas. The report released this week by the Harris County Flood Control... Continue Reading →
Where I live in Amarillo it is 3,634 feet (1,107.64 meters) above sea level. Not as high as Denver, the mile high city, but still fairly high. Did did you know that at higher elevations water boils at a lower temperature? It's true! Because water boils at a lower temperature at high altitudes you have... Continue Reading →
Here I sit at the car dealership while my Toyota Prius gets it's yearly inspection. The car is averaging 50.5 mpg in town. For long trips accross country it gets 45 mpg. My previous car got 23 mpg. Overall I'm happy with the vehicle. Maybe it's not built to haul 2x4s and other lumber, but... Continue Reading →
Every heterosexual couple should have no more than 1 child. This would reduce the population and allow us to continue to abuse the environment and enjoy our pleasures of modern civilization at a sustainable level.
We have no proof life exists anywhere in the universe other than Earth. Given a planet with the right conditions, life can spring from matter and eventually evolve into something greater is the wet dream of science, but still an unproven theory.
Ignorance. I once posted a question to my Facebook page. Which do you believe: 1) Earth is 4.5 billion years old like scientists say or 2) 4500 years old like the Bible says? More than half of my Facebook crowd, which includes people from work, my wife’s family, my family, friends from my childhood, and... Continue Reading →
I have a small worm composting bin. This is not it, but basically you get the idea. You keep it indoors. Worm composting is different than regular composting. With regular composting you throw your kitchen waste in a container and keep turning it over and over until it rots into nice looking dirt for your... Continue Reading →
Don’t worry about this for several reasons. The expansion of the universe will not cause the earth to drift from the sun. In only about 1.5 billion years our sun will be so hot that all life on Earth will cease. After another 4 or 5 billion years the sun will become a red giant,... Continue Reading →