We spend a lot of our time putting names on things, personalizing them, and figuring out how we can best use them to move ahead
Imagine what Michelangelo and other classic sculptors might do today! Featured image by danielsfotowelt at Pixabay. Public domain.
Bioscientists are working on safer, easier bone transplants. A human trial is scheduled for 2020. This post also has a video about calcium and, believe it not, beautiful caves .
It’s quite an ego boost to recognize that we’re breathing with the help of star material1 that survived a planetary catastrophe2, spent at least 800
I wanted to do a post about this but soon learned that things get very chemical very quickly. Those two links up above will get you started, if you want to look more deeply into this modern wonder.
Or you can simply sit back and enjoy a short silent movie of someone at Tuffnell Glass fashioning borosilicate glass into something not at all utilitarian – a dragonfly!
Every volcano has its own chemistry. The chemistry of the “pozzolana” ash produced by Italy’s Campi Flegri is especially useful when the pressure builds up.