The Northern Lights, Explained

By Gabriel Cruden / May 15, 2024 /

Many people in northeastern Washington and north Idaho were treated to the celestial experience of the Aurora borealis beginning on May 10, and for several nights after. The Aurora borealis…

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Natural Selections: May 2019

By Huckleberry Press / May 18, 2019 /

by Ryan Sain It’s high time we moved on past some basic research methods and take a different tack in today’s gentle breeze (writing this as I sit on my…

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Natural Selections – April

By Huckleberry Press / April 20, 2019 /

by Ryan Sain In the last article I spoke about junk science and good ole’ everyday smarts. So I figure we can expand on that a bit this time and…

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Natural Selections – February Edition

By Huckleberry Press / February 13, 2019 /

by Ryan Sain I used to work on an 8000-acre dryland wheat farm. Harvest time was full of separating the wheat from the chaff – riding around in dusty, hot,…

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Natural Selections

By Huckleberry Press / November 1, 2018 /

by Ryan Sain, Ph.D.   Science isn’t just cool. It’s @^*&#$% amazing. It’s so amazing, you can’t really categorize it in a small way. That’s because science isn’t a ‘thing’…

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