The weather seems to be getting hotter and hotter. One media’s explanation to this heat wave is the ‘equinox phenomenon’. Is the equinox really causing all this heat?
In 1916, physicist Albert Einstein predicted gravitational waves from his Theory of Relativity. 100 years later, his prediction comes true. Scientists have now detected these gravitational waves. But what are they exactly? Gravitational waves are ripples in the spacetime curvature that appear …
Kenya will soon join the world in negotiating about climate. Will they suggest we stop oil exploration?
Today, oil and gas is utterly crucial to our society. Many of us enjoy a lifestyle that the generations before us could barely dream of. We’ve spent a long time getting this far, and hydrocarbon exploration and usage has a long history. Here is a summary timeline history of oil usage and exploration, from 40,000 years ago until today
Proceedings of the UNU-GTP 2014 Conference in Bogoria by @Geothermalke
NETFUND developed the Green Innovations Award (GIA) and has been awarding individuals and organizations that have demonstrated great innovativeness towards environmental conservation. Overall NETFUND-GIA winner receive an additional KES 1m and a trophy. Other prices include 500,000 and 250,000/= prizes for 1st …
Harder, more scratch resistant and very expensive, sapphire is a wonder material that could be coming to an iPhone screen near you.
I know most of you are probably hoping to get married soon and I know other than that dream proposal the perfect diamond ring is on that wish list too. So how do you know the ring he bought fits the bill?
Mining or The Mara?
The history of gold mining in Western Kenya dates back to 1892 when deposits of the precious metal were discovered at Lolgorian, along the Nyanza-Rift Valley border.