Wessex Archaeology have produced an excellent film which looks at the landscape, how it was used by Neolithic people and the wider context which led to the building of Stonehenge.
Gene Roddenberry (left), Dr. Brian O’Leary (centre), Deke Slayton (right), View from Earth conference dinner, July 31, 1984
2.8% of the population were experiencing self-reported long COVID (symptoms continuing for more than four weeks after the first suspected coronavirus (COVID-19) infection that were not explained by something else) as of 2 July 2022 “
“Seagrasses are of fundamental importance to the planet ” Dr Unsworth
The development is led by PhD student Jessica Fennell, who has had a special ‘Fennell Reserve’ whisky created by The Glenlivet in her honour, the project is intended to help prevent the closure of the distillery during dry period
The Orkney International Science Festival takes place from 1st to 7th of September.
The Northlight Gallery, Stromness is offering two days of workshops on Tuesday and Wednesday next week (9th and 10th August).
“Starting out with a strange disease attacking people on Earth, it’s not long before people conclude that it’s the work of the evil Ming the Merciless”
Two fossils of teeth discovered in the Bulgarian National Museum of Natural History are believed to have belonged to a giant panda like animal which once roamed in the forested wetlands of Europe.
“This tale goes back to a day of dense fog on18th July 1934, while the Stronsay herring fishing was at its height”