lu·mi·nes·cence | \ ˌlü-mə-ˈne-sᵊn(t)s \ Definition of luminescence : the low-temperature emission of light (as by a chemical or physiological process)also : light produced by luminescence
This article in today’s New York Times unveils new research about the great starfish die-off Read More
A little over 300 years ago on Jan. 26, 1700, there was a great earthquake in this area. In the days before the white man there was a great earthquake. It began about the middle of one night and continued about 20 hours, when it ceased. Read more
The Semiahmoo First Nation occupies 328 acres, along side the USA / Canada border, on Semiahmoo Bay and next to the cities of Surrey and White Rock in Canada and the town of Blaine in the USA. In the 1850’s the British Admiralty Survey reported that the Semiahmoo First Nations occupied three sites… …one on each side of the graveyard on the northwest(White Rock) side of the mouth of the Campbell River, and one beyond the little hill on the southeast (boundary) side of the mouth of the river.”
60% of world’s wildlife has been wiped out since 1970 Read More The magnitude of that should be eye opening… We really are reaching a point where we’re likely to see species go extinct. That’s true in Canada and abroad. James Snider, vice-president of science, research and innovation for WWF-Canada.