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HILO, Hawaii » The largest group of skiers ever to climb up Mauna Kea at one time made the arduous trip up the mountain over the weekend to enjoy skiing on the new snow which fell on the slopes Friday night.
Early Sunday morning when the skiers met on the snowy slopes there were between 35 and 40 of them present. Many of them were members of the Hawaii Ski club and their friends.
Our satellite navigation systems are about to take a pummeling from the Sun. The Sun is on schedule to experience an increase in solar activity that will interfere in a number of ways with the communication between satellites and navigation receivers on the ground, resulting in some potentially annoying outages and errors.
When it comes to stem cell research, the controversy roars. What makes it to the headlines is objection to embryonic stem cell research. What doesn’t make it is, why the objection.