Nicholas School Blogs

The Hockey Games

The disruption of thoughtful evaluations of Earth’s past temperature by those who deny climate change serves no useful purpose

Where Historical Preservation meets Coastal Conservation

Similar to the traditional southern crisp, sweet tea, South Carolina is steeped in history. The state’s historical culture is known […]

Seeing India: 6 Pictures

Aesthetically, India is fascinating. World renown for its bright colors — such as those in the air during Holi or on the streets […]

A Slow Leak?

June 14, 2016 – 9:30 pm Our boat has a hole in it. Not a particularly large one—the hole itself […]

Clyde Minaret

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Fear as an organism.

A truly gentle giant…

A truly gentle giant (as long as you're not planktonic), members of the species that can boast to be  the biggest fish in the sea gather in the shallows near La Paz to the delight of a steady stream of tourists

A truly gentle giant (as long as you’re not planktonic), members of the species that can boast to be the biggest fish in the sea gather in the shallows near La Paz to the delight of a steady stream of tourists. #shark #whaleshark #mexico #baja #wildlife #nature #natureaddict #wildlifephotography #underwater #snorkeling #tourism #baja #giant #fish

Oxygen in the atmosphere

I am not at all worried about the world running out of oxygen anytime soon.

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