SmartRock™ with Walter Flood IV of Flood Testing Labs Inc.

SmartRock™ with Walter Flood IV of Flood Testing Labs Inc.

One project that I can think of in particular where SmartRock really made a big difference was a project in Evanston on the North side of Chicago where they had three main cores going up for the building. Stair cores and those controlled the schedule of the building and it was being built in theRead More SmartRock™ with Walter Flood IV of Flood Testing Labs Inc.

RE:BORDER 2019 – Rick Gersberg (Session 2: Water and Health)

RE:BORDER 2019 – Rick Gersberg (Session 2: Water and Health)

Buenos Dias, it’s great to see everyone here. This is an amazing conference on such an important topic that affects all of our lives, and as was said by Jose in the beginning, will affect the communities well into the future. The group we have on stage now reflects that 1%. Natalie said 99% ofRead More RE:BORDER 2019 – Rick Gersberg (Session 2: Water and Health)

U.S. Women’s Open Classic Finishes: 1998

U.S. Women’s Open Classic Finishes: 1998

hi everyone I’m Dave Giancola joined again by Mike Trostle for another US Open Classic finish the year is 1998 and the 53rd edition of the US Women’s Open was played at black wolf run in kohler wisconsin dave sarah pock led the championship through 54 holes as she attempted to become the first SouthRead More U.S. Women’s Open Classic Finishes: 1998

Our Hydrogen Experiment Escalated Quickly!

Our Hydrogen Experiment Escalated Quickly!

What’s up guys welcome back. I’m hanging again with my good friend Brian brushwood. He is the Modern road. Hey, man This is Grant thompson. He’s the king of random. And today we’re playing with some mad science. We’ve got some drain cleaner We’ve got some aluminum foil. What kind of a reaction will theyRead More Our Hydrogen Experiment Escalated Quickly!

Everyday Liturgies

Everyday Liturgies

Welcome to the Unitarian Universalist Church Of Greater Lansing. My name is Reverend Neal Anderson, and I serve you as your senior minister. What a blessing it is to gather with Unitarian Universalists in Greater Lansing, and now, with YouTube, beyond. We acknowledge that we gather as the Unitarian Universalist Church of Greater Lansing onRead More Everyday Liturgies

Ocean Acidification at Point Reyes National Seashore

Ocean Acidification at Point Reyes National Seashore

[“Just a Minute” song playing] [“Just a Minute” song playing] Here at Point Reyes, you know, a big part of the visitor experience, a big part of what we’re protecting are pinnipeds–which are marine mammals–and seals, sea birds, whales, all these other sorts of large organisms that the public really gets to interact with. AndRead More Ocean Acidification at Point Reyes National Seashore

Sea sponge could be the first animal on Earth

There is a specific moment in Earth’s history in which most animals took over the planet, known as the Cambrian Explosion, which took place approximately 540 million years ago. While sea sponges have been widely thought to be the first animal on Earth, recent genetic evidence suggests that the more complex comb jelly might claimRead More Sea sponge could be the first animal on Earth

Nebraska Floods One Year Later | Speaking of Nebraska | NET Nebraska

Nebraska Floods One Year Later | Speaking of Nebraska | NET Nebraska

* >>IT’S BEEN ONE YEAR SINCE CATASTROPHIC FLOODING SWEPT OVER EASTERN NEBRASKA DISRUPTING THE LIVES OF HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF NEBRASKANS.>>BUT 12 MONTHS LATER MANY COMMUNITIES ARE STILL IN ACTIVE RECOVERY.>>HEAR THOSE STORIES TONIGHT ON “SPEAKING OF NEBRASKA.” * >>THANKS FOR JOINING US ON THIS SPECIAL EPISODE OF “SPEAKING OF NEBRASKA.” I’M NET NEWS DIRECTORRead More Nebraska Floods One Year Later | Speaking of Nebraska | NET Nebraska

Why gloves won’t do much to protect you from COVID-19

So, I do see people wearing surgical gloves out there on the street and my patients have asked me if they should be doing this. And my answer to that question has always been, no. And the reason for that is that I think people are wearing these gloves for the wrong reasons. Coronavirus doesn’tRead More Why gloves won’t do much to protect you from COVID-19