The exact origins of Valentine’s Day are a tad hazy these days. Popular historical opinion is that the holiday is named in honor of at least two different saints, Valentine of Rome and Valentine of Terni. Both were martyred and added to the calendar
Some fun facts about Leap Year For those of you who question Einstein’s stance that time is subjective, society has three shining examples that prove we can warp and bend time to our will. First, the length of a minute can vary wildly depending on which side of a closed bathroom d
Here’s a list of some answers to those quirky questions you have about DST THE WOODLANDS, TX – As we once again gird our loins – or at least our sleep cycles – to lose an hour’s sleep this weekend, here are some interesting tidbits about Daylight Saving Time
Shark Week feature: Paul Spielvogel photographs the enormous whale sharks. Shark Week starts today, July 5, on the, Discovery Channel, and Montgomery County's resident shark authority is doing what he loves best...diving with the sharks.
Chile hit with 6.4 quake Saturday. The Napa wine area was rocked by a 6.0 earthquake early Sunday morning. Valparaiso, Chile, was struck with a 6.4 quake Saturday afternoon.
The Woodlands weather patterns tracked throughout the summer, indicate storm avoidance.
'Shark Week' is August 10 - 16 The Discovery Channel launches its 27th season of 'Shark Week,' Aug. 10, but aside from the usual shark bait, this year they'll be featuring a show you can really sink your teeth into...'Zombie Sharks.'
Unless you suffer from Triskaidekaphobia, the fear of the number 13, or even worse, Paraskevidekatriaphobia, fear of Friday the 13th, today marks a most unusual phenomenon, a full moon on Friday the 13th, providing an opportunity to witness this rare
The media coverage of Hurricane Carla was among the most impressive in the history of mass communications. Measures that would be considered mainstream in tracking hurricanes today, were innovative and unheralded.