For some elderly survivors of Japan's March earthquake and tsunami, comfort has come in the form of a small, white robotic
It's time to start listening--really listening--to nature. It's changing fast, and we don't know how longer much of it will be around. So get out there, and enjoy our natural world. It won't be a perfectly regulated sea dome, where the temperature is always 30 degrees, the sand is imported and the wave are modulated; it will be much, much better.
Pockets of lethal levels of radiation have been detected at Japan's crippled Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant in a fresh reminder