The internet is abuzz today at the sight of these fleshy-colored grape-sized sea blobs found on Huntington Beach, CA. As something of sea-blob fancier myself, my…View More What are these strange round blobs on a Southern California beach?
Much has changed in the last weeks. Indeed, things have been changing for the last year. No matter which way your sentiments fall, we can…View More Words fail me for this title
I am annoyingly the first one to return to the surface after any scuba dive. My bottom time exploring the wonders of the aquatic realm…View More I’m the modern day equivalent of a massive Carboniferous dragonfly
Friends, Americans, country people, lend me your ears. You need to get your respective s#%@ together. Both my right and left leaning friends have bombarded my…View More Calibrating Your Internet BS Sensors in 9 Easy Steps
Just wanted to take a moment of gratitude today to thank all the people who have followed us and made DSN what it is over the…View More From Our Family of Turkeys to Yours
We at DSN are not typically fans of the dolphins but we’re no monsters. I love cranberry sauce out of the can but I do want…View More This Thanksgiving Remember the Cranberry Bog Dolphin
What did you do this weekend? Well if you were NASA, you successfully launched NOAA’s brand-spanking new weather satellite GOES-R. Packed with six instruments, this geostationary…View More Wherever it GOES, I GOES, we GOES. NOAA and NASA launch another satellite acronym into space.
“As I grew up I was fervently desirous of becoming acquainted with Nature.” -John James Audubon There are few books I have seen as spellbinding…View More Science For the People, By the People
Give a woman some data, and she’ll change the science world. At least that’s what Marie Tharp did. A skilled cartographer, her maps showed the…View More From smooth to bumpy, how Marie Tharp changed our view of the sea floor
I have a confession. I am obsessed with ridiculously large and small things. While other children impatiently anticipated toys for Christmas, I enjoyed just as…View More Craig With Big Things (and Small Things)