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Cardboard Play Dome
This seemed to add a lot of extra strength to the structure without being too time consuming or difficult. Part of this I did while gluing the main pieces together.
Note the strips of cardboard in picture 2 and 3. I folded these and glued them at the points of the open triangles where the windows and door were.
National assessment results 'shocking'
Rosetta is named after the Rosetta Stone, an incomplete stela of black basalt incised with the same priestly decree in three scripts (Egyptian Hieroglyphs, Egyptian Demotic and Greek) concerning Ptolemy V. The great significance of the Stone is that it provided the key to deciphering Egyptian hieroglyphs. The Rosetta Space Mission seeks to see if comet C-G can provide a key to deciphering the origins of the solar system and/or life on Earth.
NASA’s Orion spacecraft will launch Thursday morning, performing an unmanned test flight for the machinery that will eventually bring humans to asteroids, before ultimately transporting them to Mars. While “eventually” has always been sort of a given, NASA has finally announced projected dates.
The dead trees and fallen leaves near Chernobyl aren’t decaying
March 17, 2014 | by Janet Fang
Photo credit: Radioactivity warning sign on a hill at the east end of Red Forest / Timm Suess via Wikimedia
It’s been nearly 30 years since the catastrophe at Chernobyl, and as the cleanup grinds on, the far-reaching effects continue to be documented. Birds with smaller brains, increasing spiders, decreasing butterflies, all these and more have been reported from the areas surrounding Chernobyl. One group you don’t hear very much about are the decomposers -- those bugs, microbes, fungi, and slime molds who nourish themselves by consuming the remains of dead organisms. Without these recyclers, carbon, nitrogen, and other elements essential to life would be locked in plant corpses.