Can't see it but you can feel it and its one of the most powerful forces on earth: Powering trains, and running cities, with a force that can be explosive if it's not kept in check. Steam. Science lessons abound from the forests to the streets of the city as we find out this time around with street science with Rick Crosslin literally skating past everything from steam power to the geology of the city.
It has been used to form everything from the great pyramid of Giza to the Empire State Building to Yankee Stadium. This architectural delicacy truly comes from the heart of Indiana. One Hoosier city has the honorable distinction of being the best place in the world for this underground delight. Part Calcite part Dolomite and Sedimentary rock makes limestone a gem worth learning about.
What does wrestling and medicine have in common? You would be surprised to find out the two often go hand in hand in some circles. It's all a part of the world of Modern Medicine, a world which utilizes robots for surgery and introduces new ways for doctors and patients to maintain control of diabetes and other chronic illnesses.
Indiana is one of the top four hardwood producing states in the U.S. We actually grow more trees here than what is lost due to natural disaster and harvesting. All of this is due to the work of the men...