Posted by: grokscience | September 28, 2006

Tsunami Warning, Greenhouse Planes, Travel Sites





The devastating tsunami that engulfed southeast asia in 2004 has heightened awareness of the range and magnitude of this catastrophe. But, how can such events be ameliorated in the future? On this program, Dr. Patricio Bernal and Prof. Robert Dalrymple discussed tsunami warning methods. In addition, Nicola Stuber discussed night flying contribution to greenhouse gas, and Patricia Schultz discussed 1000 places to visit. Finally, Robert Bullock discussed the Taiwan Film Festival.

We tried to get more guests, but no one listens to the show… 😉

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