Science & Technology

How to Turn Boiling Water Into Snow? Watch (video)
We sure won't forget the bitter cold of last week.  Waking up to 0 degrees in the morning with wind chills of 10 to 20 below were a rude awakening.  Top it off with our first significant snow fall of the season, and we all knew that Winter had finally arrived.
First Robotics Event Kicks off at GVSU
Tomorrow, January 5th, will be an exciting day for nearly 550 high school students and parents as they'll be at Grand Valley State University, downtown, for the "For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology" (FIRST) Robotics Competition kick-off event.
Michigan Cases of Meningitis Grow to 119
It's such a sad, and avoidable problem that we have here in Michigan.
Most of us, I think, are aware that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Food and Drug Administration are coordinating a multi-state investigation of meningitis among patients who had received steroid i…
To Dispose Of Packaging, Just Add Water
So I'm one of those people concerned about the future of our planet.  Among other things, I believe it's our responsibility as inhabitants of this planet to care ... at least a little. Things like sending cans, plastics, bottles and cardboard can really make a difference at the landfi…
If You’re “Liked” on Facebook You’ll get a Hug (video)
Every time you get a "like" on Facebook, you get a hug!
No, for real, you get a hug, that is if you're wearing the newest creation by designer, Melissa Kit Chow, Andy Payne and Phill Seaton from the MIT Media Lab.
I talked about this new invention on the radio show yesterday morning, "A…
Cell Phones and Radiation…a Health Problem?
You know, we Americans spend a lot of time on our cell phones. We've heard warning from some that we could be getting radiation from our phones.  However you can never find anything definitive.
Are you concerned, worried, don't care?

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