Winners Announced at UWOL 36 Challenge

Today, 12/8, the winners were posted for the Under Water Over Land (UWOL) – 36 International Film Challenge. My¬†entry, “What is it?” for the theme “Weather” took 2nd runner up. Click the photo below to view the forum results thread. First place went to Bryce Comer of Rossland, British Columbia with his entry,¬†Weathering the Change, … More Winners Announced at UWOL 36 Challenge

Estimated Damages from the 2013 Flood

Lyons The aftermath of this historic flood had Lyons divided into six separate islands, over 200 homes damaged or destroyed, no water, waste water, electric, gas or communication lines, and an initial cost-estimate of over $50 million in damages. Statewide Authorities evacuated more than 18,000 people, the largest evacuation effort since Hurricane Katrina. Over 28,000 … More Estimated Damages from the 2013 Flood

Newton substantiated Kepler’s Laws of Motion

Isaac Newton English physicist, mathematician, astronomer, inventor, philosopher and alchemist. A man of profound genius, he is widely regarded as the most influential scientist in history. He is associated with the scientific revolution and the advancement of heliocentrism. Among his scientific accomplishments, Newton wrote the Philosophiae Naturalis Principia Mathematica, wherein he described universal gravitation and, … More Newton substantiated Kepler’s Laws of Motion

UWOL 36 Is Here

The Under Water Over Land (UWOL) International film challenge #36 is open for review, starting today (12/1). The challenge topic this round is: Weather. There are 12 entries this round without one participant in the Shark Tank (the rather uncomfortable place one winds up if they failed to submit a video to the challenge by … More UWOL 36 Is Here