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The Intersection of Humanities and Science: Computers and Aquaculture

Posted on March 30th 2012

While computation aids have been a part of life for hundreds of years, the computer age didn’t start until 1801, when Joseph-Marie Jacquard developed a weaving loom controlled by punch cards. The origin of IBM can be traced back to the late 1880s, when Herman Hollerith invented the data st...

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Bison Sustainability, Seafood Sustainability

Posted on February 23rd 2012

The North American Bison has a shaggy, long, dark brown winter coat, and a lighter weight, lighter brown summer coat. Although it is commonly called a Buffalo, this is not an adequate description because the Bison is not related to either the Water Buffalo or the African Buffalo.  The Bison i...

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The Roman Empire, Food Sustainability and 2012

Posted on January 06th 2012

There are many theories on why the Roman Empire fell in 476 AD. One overlooked theory is about food sustainability.  The Romans advanced their culture with a great base of food production in North Africa as well as precious metal production with a strong mining industry in the Mediterrane...

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