Save The Earth Series. 

Apologies for the delay in a blog post, I have been off with illness and currently being cared for beautifully in my local hospital. Whilst alone with my thoughts on the hospital ward, it saddens me that there is still very little education and belief in the subject of climate change. That being the causes … Continue reading Save The Earth Series. 

Save The Earth Series. 

Apologies for the delay in a blog post, I have been off with illness and currently being cared for beautifully in my local hospital. Whilst alone with my thoughts on the hospital ward, it saddens me that there is still very little education and belief in the subject of climate change. That being the causes … Continue reading Save The Earth Series. 

Save The Earth Series. 

Apologies for the delay in a blog post, I have been off with illness and currently being cared for beautifully in my local hospital. Whilst alone with my thoughts on the hospital ward, it saddens me that there is still very little education and belief in the subject of climate change. That being the causes … Continue reading Save The Earth Series. 

Save The Earth Series. 

Apologies for the delay in a blog post, I have been off with illness and currently being cared for beautifully in my local hospital. Whilst alone with my thoughts on the hospital ward, it saddens me that there is still very little education and belief in the subject of climate change. That being the causes … Continue reading Save The Earth Series. 

The Day The Earth Stands Still

A year is 365 days, one full orbit around the Sun. A day is one full turn on the Earth's rotational axis. So what would happen if the Earth's rotation just suddenly stopped?  If the Earth stood still suddenly, everything not attached to the crust of the Earth would just be swept up into the … Continue reading The Day The Earth Stands Still

Changing climate – the evidence behind our biggest environmental challenge

Recently, the topic of the global warming appeared in the news again, mostly in connection to the newly appointed U.S president and his cabinet; seemingly not having much of support in the current Washington administration. The question we need to ask is: What is the evidence for the global warning, and can we possibly reject … Continue reading Changing climate – the evidence behind our biggest environmental challenge

A Tale of the Immortal Jellyfish

Recently, on one of the surveying trips I was participating in for the charity ORCA (who specialise in conservation of marine mammals in UK and international waters), I was talking to the Captain of the ship and he told me about a species of Jellyfish he had recently read about called Turritopsis dohrnii. Like all … Continue reading A Tale of the Immortal Jellyfish