Debbie Manley

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Desperately Seeking Sasquatch

“I thought how terrible the nights must have been in a time when men knew the things were there and were deadly. But no, that’s wrong. If I knew they were there, I would have weapons against them, charms, prayers, some kind of alliance with forces equally strong but on my side. Knowing they were …

September 2012

September 2012

September 2012

September 2012

September 2012

Space Pictures This Week: Blush of Spring, Brain Terrain, More

The Great Nature Project features the Florida Wildlife Corridor

I am pleased to share my Florida Wildlife Corridor photography collection as part of the new Great Nature Project by National Geographic.<p>To raise awareness for the Florida Wildlife Corridor, we’ve also created a custom group within the Great Nature Project. Check out the Florida Wildlife Corridor …

Okavango Expedition 2013: Leaving “Mother Okavango”…

Changing Planet<p>The “Mother Okavango”, the beating heart of the delta, did not want to let us go. She held us to her abundant bosom for almost two weeks. We entered her wilderness using a secret mokoro trail known only by two baYei living in Jedibe, a backdoor left open for people like us. People …

Global Warming to Spawn More Severe U.S. Thunderstorms: Study

Climate change could help create atmospheric conditions ripe for storms.<p>Continued global warming could help create atmospheric conditions that are fertile breeding grounds for severe thunderstorms and tornadoes in the United States, a new study suggests.<p>The findings, detailed in this week's issue …

Scientists Unravel Secrets of Monster Black Hole at Center of Milky Way

Supermassive black hole last erupted two million years ago, and will again.<p><b>For years astronomers have been puzzled as to why our Milky Way galaxy's "volcano"—a supermassive black hole (SMBH) at its core—is dormant today.</b><p>It seems the answer may simply be that we didn't catch the cosmic …

Vital Ground Protects Grizzly Bear Habitat Throughout Their North American Range

Changing Planet<p><b>Vital Ground</b> is a Montana-based land trust dedicated to protecting <b>grizzly bear</b> habitat in North America.<p>The organization supports bear conservation ecology studies in 6 ecosystems, which are scattered throughout Alaska, the Lower 48 (Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming) and in …

Most Crowded Galaxy Discovered, Only 54 Million Light Years Away

<b>Astronomers have discovered the densest galaxy ever seen, and at 54 million light years away, it’s in our galactic neighborhood.</b><p>Using the combined imaging capabilities of ground-based observatories with the high-flying Hubble Space Telescope and its cousin, the Chandra X-Ray Observatory, the …

Okavango Expedition 2013: Mission Completed!

Changing Planet<p>Okavango Expedition 2013 at the Okavango River Lodge where we ended the expedition. We did 51 km that day and shattered all previous records for distance travelled in one day! (Paul Steyn)

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Best Space Photos of the Week: Cat's Paw, Solar Horns, Martian Ripples

See views of Mars, the Earth, and the Sun, as well as a star-factory nebula, in this week's space photos.

MacArthur Genius Searching for Signs of Life on Exoplanets

Could E.T. be trying to phone home? It's not so far-fetched, says Sara Seager.<p><i>"This year's class of MacArthur Fellows is an extraordinary group of individuals who collectively reflect the breadth and depth of American creativity," said Cecilia Conrad, vice president of the MacArthur Fellows</i> …

Funny Or Fact on Twitter: "How true is that?"

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