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Wildfires Will Become Worse Thanks To Decades-Old Liberal Policies, Says Fire Expert Who Predicted Uptick In Blazes

Wildfires Will Become Worse Thanks To Decades-Old Liberal Policies, Says Fire Expert Who Predicted Uptick In Blazes

CHRIS WHITE TECH REPORTER Former President Bill Clinton’s land management rules and other liberal policies paved the way for future debilitating wildfires, fire expert Bob Zybach told the Daily Caller News Foundation. Zybach warned of potential disastrous wildfires shortly after Clinton signed a slate of rules in the mid-1990s that drastically reduced logging and road creation […]

Why a Visit to Zion National Park Should be on Your Travel Bucket List

Why a Visit to Zion National Park Should be on Your Travel Bucket List

By Lukas Saville Zion might sound like another planet altogether, but this national park in southern Utah is an absolute gem on Earth. It attracts nearly 4 million visitors every single year- hikers, mountain bikers, nature lovers, and adventurers alike. The geography in Zion National Park is some of the most unique in the United […]

Mammoth Lakes: A Mountain Town for All Seasons

Mammoth Lakes: A Mountain Town for All Seasons

BY SKYE SHERMAN Aspen, Vail, Jackson Hole … Mammoth Lakes? The California mountain town may not have the exalted reputation of other ski meccas, but it’s just as popular among the jet set. Celebrities from Tony Hawk to George Clooney, the Kardashians, and Will Ferrell are regulars; Kate Hudson, Nick and Joe Jonas, Sophie Turner, Selena Gomez, Gwen […]

What We Know About the ‘Election Day’ Asteroid Heading Near Earth

What We Know About the ‘Election Day’ Asteroid Heading Near Earth

BY JACK PHILLIPS The object has a .04 percent chance of hitting Earth, would disintegrate if it reaches atmosphere NASA on Saturday said that a small asteroid is headed toward Earth one day before Election Day in November, although the object has around a 0.40 percent chance of actually hitting the planet. If the object entered Earth’s atmosphere, it […]

Ventura County Astronomical Society | 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage VCAS Celebrates the Women of Astronomy

Ventura County Astronomical Society |  100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage VCAS Celebrates the Women of Astronomy

You’ll be amazed to learn that some of the Women on the list were Firsts: Making discoveries and observations long before their male counterparts. And this is only a prtial list. https://www.vcas.org/copy-of-more  Annie Jump Cannon, was an American astronomer whose cataloging work was instrumental in the development of contemporary stellar classification. Wikipedia Born: December 11, 1863, Dover, […]

The Campers Complete Guide to Grand Canyon Camping

The Campers Complete Guide to Grand Canyon Camping

    By Brian, Republished with Permission from OutsideHow Grand Canyon camping should be a phenomenal experience that you’ll commemorate for eternity. The Grand Canyon has a lot to offer as the second most visited National Park, in the nation. From its amazing, expansive viewpoints to lots of conspicuous landscapes, six million tourists are attracted […]

Bear Attack Advisory – Unincorporated area of Santa Paula

Bear Attack Advisory – Unincorporated area of Santa Paula

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife is investigating a bear attack that occurred Saturday, in the unincorporated area of Santa Paula near Aliso Canyon Road. A man working at a local ranch was attacked by a bear and was treated and released for minor injuries. Wildlife, such as bears, commonly live near ranch properties […]

SEEAG And Growers Take Farm Day Virtual With Series of Agricultural-Focused Features

SEEAG And Growers Take Farm Day Virtual With Series of Agricultural-Focused Features

Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture (SEEAG) and local growers are creating a series of short videos highlighting agriculture in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. In-person Farm Days tours that were to take place in September in Santa Barbara County and in November in Ventura County have been canceled due to the continuing pandemic. In their […]

NASA Shares Incredible Image of Jupiter’s Polar Cyclones That Looks Like ‘Pepperoni Pizza’

NASA Shares Incredible Image of Jupiter’s Polar Cyclones That Looks Like ‘Pepperoni Pizza’

BY MICHAEL WING NASA’s Juno space probe is on a multi-year mission to explore the origins and evolution of the gas giant Jupiter—it’s serious science. But Instagrammers have shared some rather unserious observations of Juno’s highly detailed infrared image posted on the space agency’s Instagram page. You could say their comments are way out to lunch—but way out for pizza would be more […]