SCIENCE: The Word of the Year, with the greatest increase in lookups
The Word of the Year, with the greatest increase in lookups, may surprise many people: science. “It is a word that is connected to broad cultural dichotomies: observation and intuition, evidence and tradition,”
Ease oil exploration
Oil and gas exploration is a very expensive venture owing to the sophistication of technology and equipment involved. The uncertainty of striking any oil or gas reserves further raises the risk profile of the business, making it quite unpopular among many investors. Countries such as…
Coke and Mentos. Pressurised Version | FunKe Science
Here is a simple experiment you can try out at home with your kids and friends to explain how the geysers in the rift valley work. Materials 1. Mentos. Get the mint (white ones) doesn’t work so well with the flavoured ones as we will…
Silver | Mineral Monday
Pure silver is a beautiful metal with a brilliant white luster. It is stable in pure air and water, but tarnishes when exposed to ozone, hydrogen sulfide or air containing sulfur. It is slightly harder than gold but still very ductile and malleable. The only more ductile metals are gold and perhaps palladium. Pure silver has the highest electrical and thermal conductivity of all metals and the lowest contact resistance.
#MindSpeak – Mining in our region
#MindSpeak organised Aly-Khan Satchu at the Intercontinental Hotel, had a discussion panel about the extractive industry and I attended this session from which I gathered some interesting insights.
The event was an eye opener to many especially to the many geologists, engineers and lawyers who were informed of the various opportunities in the extractive industry.
The Waters Of Lake Chala
I remembered being asked to look into where L. Chala got it waters from. I hope you guys have this place in your bucket list because it was a spectacular place to visit I hope you all get to how much beauty this country has to offer.
Other Mining Services The Government Could Make Use Of
The discovery of minerals has brought about cautious optimism in the country. However I do think Kenya would reap from the many benefits of the mining industry which doesn’t necessarily mean that we have to wait 10 years to start enjoy our oil finds or industries running on the coal found in Kitui. I think outsourcing of services and labour would be far more beneficial.