Iguana Islands

It’s nearly noon, the sun stifles the humidity in the air. A dark lizard moves in a languid fashion. I walk closer, mesmerized by its strange yet beautiful appearance. Its eyes slowly blink as I walk closer again. The lizard quickens his movement, its razor spines slithering past the harbour wall. It’s my first view... Continue Reading →

Blue Planet

I’ve always been fascinated as to how writers and journalists create their stories, in particular their career story. It’s a path coloured with initiative, dedication and passion. And this was to be the case for Alanna Mitchell, a successful Canadian science journalist. I was intrigued by her life story having travelled with scientists for over... Continue Reading →

Volcanic Hot Spots

Geological time frame is not always easy for students to conceptualise. In fact, drafting maps and diagrams is a great start, along with the use of analogies. I remember being told by my teacher, that plate tectonics move at about the speed that your fingernails grow, which is actually the plate tectonic movement in New... Continue Reading →

Website Built with WordPress.com.

Up ↑