Category Archives: Science

MythBusters’ Cannonball Wreaks Havoc in Northern California City

    Though unaware of the danger, residents of Dublin, California were subjected to cannon fire and a rampaging cannon ball which damaged two houses and a minivan before coming to a stop this Tuesday afternoon. The incident was actually an accident caused by MythBusters, a show aired on the Discovery Channel. According to the…

March of the Penguins at the San Francisco Zoo

Buster Posey, the San Francisco Giants catcher, now has his own namesake at the San Francisco Zoo- a young, social Magellanic penguin who just finished penguin school. This past Saturday, hundreds of visitors arrived at the zoo to watch as Posey and her four young penguin friends ‘graduate’ and rejoin their colony in a grand…

San Francisco: The New Great White Shark Destination

San Francisco may be best known for the Golden Gate Bridge and trolleys, but some of its other assets have been coming to light recently. The city is now considered one of the best places to view great white sharks in the world. Florida’s Incredible Adventures has begun offering shark-seeing expeditions to San Francisco’s Farallon…

San Francisco’s Third Fine Mineral Show to Open on July 8th

San Francisco’s third annual Fine Mineral Show will open on July 8th at Embassy Suites in San Rafael. Though the show will only be held for three days, it will feature more than thirty individual vendors with hundreds of rare minerals on display and for sale. The Minerals Like to the ones displayed in museums…

California Law Mandating Reduction in Diesel Emissions

At the Port of Oakland the cargo ships docked there can be as much as ten-stories tall and as long as three football fields from end to end. There is constant motion while variously colored containers are loaded and unloaded onto vessels from some of the world’s most popular shipping firms such as Maersk, Mediterranean…

Solutions for Migraine Headaches

For those who suffer from chronic migraine headaches, there is nothing more debilitating or frustrating.  Many people who get chronic migraines have tried all of the suggested solutions.  They’ve changed their diets, they’ve started to get more sleep, they’ve avoided certain situations and locations, and more. If the pain persists, it’s time to see a…

Teen Screen on the Skin Cancer Scene

We hear so much about skin cancer in the media but how much do we really know about this potentially deadly disease? Three Types of Skin Cancer Skin cancer comes in three basic varieties: basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and malignant melanoma. All three are caused by either overexposure to the sun, or are…

San Francisco to Provide Free Electric Car Charging Through 2013

San Francisco has recently publicized that it will provide electric car charging free of charge until 2013, if not longer. According to Mayor Ed Lee’s office, both city-owned parking garages and the San Francisco International Airport will provide this service. Beginning in June, almost ninety new charging stations will be set up throughout the city….

Silent Knight Adjusts to New Home at the San Francisco Zoo

Last December, a sea lion was found at Swede’s Beach and named Silent Knight in honor of the Christmas season and the marine mammal’s royal bearing. Silent Knight, who was found blinded with around six metal buckshot bullets in his head, was brought for rehabilitation at the center in the Marin Headlands. His caretakers were…

Category Archives: Science

MythBusters’ Cannonball Wreaks Havoc in Northern California City

    Though unaware of the danger, residents of Dublin, California were subjected to cannon fire and a rampaging cannon ball which damaged two houses and a minivan before coming to a stop this Tuesday afternoon. The incident was actually an accident caused by MythBusters, a show aired on the Discovery Channel. According to the…

March of the Penguins at the San Francisco Zoo

Buster Posey, the San Francisco Giants catcher, now has his own namesake at the San Francisco Zoo- a young, social Magellanic penguin who just finished penguin school. This past Saturday, hundreds of visitors arrived at the zoo to watch as Posey and her four young penguin friends ‘graduate’ and rejoin their colony in a grand…

San Francisco: The New Great White Shark Destination

San Francisco may be best known for the Golden Gate Bridge and trolleys, but some of its other assets have been coming to light recently. The city is now considered one of the best places to view great white sharks in the world. Florida’s Incredible Adventures has begun offering shark-seeing expeditions to San Francisco’s Farallon…

San Francisco’s Third Fine Mineral Show to Open on July 8th

San Francisco’s third annual Fine Mineral Show will open on July 8th at Embassy Suites in San Rafael. Though the show will only be held for three days, it will feature more than thirty individual vendors with hundreds of rare minerals on display and for sale. The Minerals Like to the ones displayed in museums…

California Law Mandating Reduction in Diesel Emissions

At the Port of Oakland the cargo ships docked there can be as much as ten-stories tall and as long as three football fields from end to end. There is constant motion while variously colored containers are loaded and unloaded onto vessels from some of the world’s most popular shipping firms such as Maersk, Mediterranean…

Solutions for Migraine Headaches

For those who suffer from chronic migraine headaches, there is nothing more debilitating or frustrating.  Many people who get chronic migraines have tried all of the suggested solutions.  They’ve changed their diets, they’ve started to get more sleep, they’ve avoided certain situations and locations, and more. If the pain persists, it’s time to see a…

Teen Screen on the Skin Cancer Scene

We hear so much about skin cancer in the media but how much do we really know about this potentially deadly disease? Three Types of Skin Cancer Skin cancer comes in three basic varieties: basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and malignant melanoma. All three are caused by either overexposure to the sun, or are…

San Francisco to Provide Free Electric Car Charging Through 2013

San Francisco has recently publicized that it will provide electric car charging free of charge until 2013, if not longer. According to Mayor Ed Lee’s office, both city-owned parking garages and the San Francisco International Airport will provide this service. Beginning in June, almost ninety new charging stations will be set up throughout the city….

Silent Knight Adjusts to New Home at the San Francisco Zoo

Last December, a sea lion was found at Swede’s Beach and named Silent Knight in honor of the Christmas season and the marine mammal’s royal bearing. Silent Knight, who was found blinded with around six metal buckshot bullets in his head, was brought for rehabilitation at the center in the Marin Headlands. His caretakers were…

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