Neutrinos – December 8, 2021

Neutrinos – December 8, 2021

On June 1, 2019, we hiked Illinois’ highpoint, Charles Mound (1,235 ft) for the Summits, Songs and Science project. It’s on private property and, due to the owners’ wishes, only open the first weekend in June, July, August and September. While in the...
Volcanoes in Arizona? – December 1, 2021

Volcanoes in Arizona? – December 1, 2021

Check out our new video Science Wednesday. This one explores the volcanic features of northern Arizona. Also featured is Humphreys Peak, Arizona’s highpoint at 12,633 feet. While Ricardo climbed it back in 1999, this was Ulyana’s 20th state highpoint,...
Gannett Glaciers – November 24, 2021

Gannett Glaciers – November 24, 2021

Check out our new video Science Wednesday. This one explores the glaciers of the Wind River Range, home to Wyoming’s state highpoint: Gannett Peak, 13,804 ft. #sciencewednesdays #summitssongsandscience
Extinct Elephants – November 17, 2021

Extinct Elephants – November 17, 2021

Check out our new video Science Wednesday. This one focuses on The Mammoth Site in Hot Springs, South Dakota, which is home to the largest concentration of mammoth remains in the world. #sciencewednesdays #summitssongsandscience
Winds of Change – November 10, 2021

Winds of Change – November 10, 2021

Check out our new video Science Wednesday. Shot on location on the Vatnajokull icecap (Iceland) in November 2021, this short film explores some of the changes that Europe’s largest glacier mass has seen over the decades. #sciencewednesdays...
New Land – November 3, 2021

New Land – November 3, 2021

Fagradalsfjall Mountain in the Reykjanes Peninsula, southwestern Iceland, is home to some of the youngest land on the planet. Check out this new video Science Wednesday to learn more about what happened and about different lava types! #sciencewednesdays...