Grounded game


If “Honey I Shrunk The Kids” was a video game…

Blue Sky

Why is the sky blue?

Why is the sky blue? The short answer is that when light from the sun hits our atmosphere, the light is scattered. Blue light has the shortest wavelength so it bounces around the atmosphere. This phenomenon is known as Rayleigh scattering. The long answer Light from the sun is white as it hits the Earth. …

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Lake Atalanta

Lake Atalanta

Tucked away less than a mile from downtown Rogers, AR. Lake Atalanta is a small lake with a lot to offer. At only 30 acres, it’s a small lake but the fishing as well as trails make up for it’s size. The lake is stocked with channel catfish and rainbow trout every year. The bass …

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Exoplanets are any planet not orbiting our sun. They are typically found orbiting other stars but many exoplanets are simply drifting through space without a star.



Have you ever wanted your own website but thought it was too complicated? I mean running websites are expensive, right? Well, it’s actually very affordable, and you can run an entire website without knowing a bit of code. Not to mention it is so much fun! You can have a website up and running in …

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Raft game


Raft is an open “ocean” survival game by Red Beet Interactive. You start off on a tiny raft floating in the middle of the ocean. Armed with only a hook you will have to scavenge trash floating in the water to survive and build your raft large enough to sustain yourself. You will find islands …

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Best Fall Decorations

It’s that time of year again, the leaves are changing color, there is a chill in the air. Fall has got to be the best part of the year for me. If you are in the decorating mood and are looking for some ideas, you’ve come to the right place. I have compiled some of …

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When Galaxies Collide

The Andromeda Galaxy is heading for us, and will collide with the Milky Way galaxy to create a much larger galaxy called Milkdromeda. Andromeda is larger than our galaxy at 152,000 light years across. Compared to the Milky Way at around 100,000 light years in diameter. It’s a barred spiral galaxy that has an estimated …

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Team Fortress 2

Team Fortress 2

Team Fortress 2 or should I say Scream Fortress 2 is back and better than ever. Valve introduced us to this gem of a game almost 15 years ago. It’s has had a massive player base pretty much consistently through the years. All of the new game modes, weapons, taunts, and cosmetics have kept the …

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Hubble History In 1946, Lyman Spitzer proposed a Large Space Telescope in a paper he published while at Yale. Keep in mind there were zero man made satellites in space at the time. He talked about the advantages of having a telescope outside of the atmosphere. This was all fantasy at the time. The technology …

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Bluetooth Beanie

Bluetooth Beanie

Do you work or play outside in the winter but still want to listen to your music? A Bluetooth Beanie might be just what you need. Why a Bluetooth Beanie? These Beanies work great if you work in a cold environment or want to go snow boarding with your tunes. I can personally vouch that …

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Saturn I

U.S. Space & Rocket Center

Rocket Museum If you’ve ever driven through Huntsville, AL, You have almost certainly seen this rocket or the Saturn V mockup, while driving along US 72. This Saturn I rocket was brought to the museum from the Marshall Space Flight Center in 1969 along with a real Saturn V that is inside the museum. You’ll …

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