Every Wednesday on Twitter at 9:00pm EDT there is a thing called #ParkChat. Where people who love the parks (both State and Federal) answer questions with each other and discuss different topics. Its only about an hour long and I … Continue reading When my Twitter Friends made me feel famous
Some days just beat you up. You go home and all you can think about is laying on the couch with a funny movie and box full of cookies. II definitely had one of those days. I had the Mud Volcano program … Continue reading And in the Chaos I found
I am the Lorax, and I speak for the trees, and I would like to say a few words if you please. Regarding the story that you are about to read, it actually happened, just take it from me. But … Continue reading My “Lorax” Post
Thanks to the Mother Nature Network, I found out about Ooho. A “gelatinous blob that is actually a membrane that encapsulates water like a bladder.“ Read the article here! The hope is that it will help reduce the demand we have on plastic bottles. Not only would this help reduce our oil/petroleum reliance, but reduce waste as well. Plus, there is still concern that plastic bottles may have some negative effects on human health. Want more articles on plastic bottles? Check out this link! Water is obviously important, but isn’t really something you think about everyday. Personally, I do my … Continue reading Can I have a water glob? And some liquid courage.
Have you realized that in the last two weeks there have been four different oil spills throughout the US? Ranging from 375 gallons to 150,000 gallons spilled. All of this happening around the 25th Anniversary of the Exxon Valdez oil spill in the Gulf of Alaska; March 24th, 1989. The Exxon Valdez was an oil tanker that stretched 987 feet/300 meters in length, and was first launched in 1986. The tanker ran aground on Bligh Reef in the Prince William Sound bay of the Gulf of Alaska, and spilled about 11 million gallons of crude oil. Damaging more than 1,300 … Continue reading What do Indiana, North Dakota, Ohio, and Texas have in common?