When our space program first began the public couldn’t get enough information about the “Space Race” between the Soviet Union and the United States. As time has passed interest has waned, but there are still some really important events taking place related to how space is our future. I’ll explain.
Walking or driving on a darkened street can be dangerous especially when a street light is not on. When did the practice of lighting the streets for safety begin? I’ll bet you don’t know when or where. I’ll explain.
Do you understand the weather bulletins given by the National Weather Service when dangerous situations arise? The National Weather Service is asking the public to take a survey to see what steps may have to be made to help the public better understand the meaning of the bulletins and the directions as to what to do when danger is present. I’ll explain.
It occurred at 10:20 am on Thursday October 20, 2016. Did you miss it? It was a nationwide and actually worldwide earthquake drill. Don’t worry if you missed it because I’ll give you the information you need should an earthquake strike near you.
We all know at least one person who can tell when a storm is approaching due to the pain in their bad knee. Is there any scientific evidence proving the relationship between weather and pain? Is research being done? I’ll explain.
There has been a lot of discussion lately about the dangers of physical contact sports particularly the issue of concussions and brain damage. Violent dangerous sports are not a modern invention. I’ll tell you about one of the most, if not the most, life-threatening sports ever created.
Another invention that we take for granted is examined in detail. This has nothing to do with snow skiing, snowboarding, or water skiing, but it is about shredding. Paper shredding, that is. I’ll explain.